I felt racism on the part of the security at Allenby Bridge.
Allenby succeeded to its command in June 1917, and had the summer in which to prepare his plans.
Allenby's first impression was one of disappointment at the failure of the device.
The English forces under General Allenby were carrying everything before them.
The cavalry, under General Allenby, were ordered to cover the retirement.
I visited Allenby's Headquarters in the afternoon of the 21st, and discussed the situation with him.
Allenby put them to the shield of his mask and adjusted them.
Allenby jerked once with the initial shock and was then still, his mind and body fused with the pulsating currents of the chair.
Allenby winced and called the others when I came back and reported.
Allenby, in command of the expedition, was first to set foot outside the ship.