Wallingford was a rarity – a man in his element wherever bloody battle raged.
The New Zealand Field Ambulance Commander worked tirelessly as the wounded and dying poured in.
The terrain was rough, and the Ottoman soldiers frighteningly close.
Young – and hungry for travel and adventure – they had no idea what lay ahead.
At Gallipoli, rivalry between New Zealanders and Australians turned to respect.
Try as they might, the Anzacs could never source enough water.
Within days of landing, Bayne was dead. His diaries reveal his last tough days.
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