Western Mail, Thursday 23 February 1933, page 2
One Round, Rapid!
Following the big stunt on the Peninsula many of the team were suffering badly from nerves and on the least provocation would let off all the available ammunition they had. At a specified hour each night the ball would be set rolling by all hands firing a few rounds in the direction of Constantinople.
It was during one of these tiresome stunts that our newly promoted platoon officer gave an order that should find a high place in the history of the war. As the minute hand of his ticker reached the appointed time, he stood to attention in approved military style with his revolver clutched in his hand and yelled at the top of his voice, "One Round Rapid, FIRE!"