I once saw five soldiers killed by one unlucky shot from a whizz-bang.
For every "whizz-bang" we sent over he returned about a dozen 5.9's.
This was our first experience of the weapon, and the first experience of a whizz-bang is very disturbing.
Then, if I think it possible, I'm to go further forward to the whizz-bang gun and blow it into the middle of the next war.
The Colonel had had his leg smashed by a whizz-bang when leading his troops into action.
I was awakened the next morning by the sound of a whizz-bang flying over our dugout.
Its arrival brought fresh gun-fire on us, and before long a whizz-bang made a direct hit on our shelter.
The worst of all is the whizz-bang, because it doesn't give you a chance—it pounces and is on you the same moment that it bangs.
They had not gone seventy yards before a "whizz-bang" burst a few yards North of the road hitting a Stretcher Bearer.
Even a little "whizz-bang" would go through them as though they were egg-shells.