There is a vast difference between the Australian and the Turk as a fighter.
The Turk never shows himself unless necessary. He takes no unnecessary risks, whilst the Australian is careless and continually exposing himself. The Turks play a great game through this campaign and much can be said of his sportsman like qualities.
When the Majestic was sunk (25 May), boats of all descriptions went to her assistance and they offered a beautiful target for the Turkish gunners, but they never fired a shot. They let the work of rescue go on in peace. There are other instances too numerous to mention.
J. A. Graham
Jack Graham, ANZAC soldier, kept a diary from 1914-1918. Here it is, blogged 100 years later to the day....