Sir Joseph John Talbot Hobbs personal diaries, Vol. I (25 April 1915 to 14 January 1916)
Several dead Turks & a good deal of their ammunition as though they had retired in a hurry. I think the success of our Infantry in assaulting this position was little short of marvellous & reminds me of MONTGOMERYS assault up the Cliffs at QUEBEC. I got with the Infantry firing line but found no possible position for Guns on the left of where the landing has been effected. Reported so to the G.O.C. I then made a reconnaissance on the right of the position fire very hot & found that a couple of guns could be emplaced on the right centre. Phillips got one in position about 6 p.m. & assisted the Navy to silence Enemy Battery firing from KABE TEPE. About 4 p.m. more Guns coming ashore were ordered back by G.O.C as no place could up to then be found for them. Our Infantry [Page] 2.