|The Rajputs deploy into the usual square. Traditional tactics.|
|Tarmak Outpost - full to the brim with Dervish|
|The Islanders deploy their eight units in line...|
|The Teesdales also deploy in square.|
|Churchill charges forward That donga suddenly fills with Dervish.|
|The Midsomers advance to assault the Donga.|
|Churchill goes hand to hand with the Dervish|
|The dervish charge out piecemeal against the Rajputs.|
|Instead of getting Churchill clear Major Eyeswater joins him in fighting the Dervish in the donga.|
|I did notice that one of the Midsomers was pointing his rifle at the Mounted Infantry Officer. Was this to presage things to come...|
|Heliograph Hill swarms with the Dervish ... again...|
|The Mounted Infantry are charged by furious Dervish cameleers.|
|The Islanders seem to be surviving, but mounted Dervish were beginning to appear.|
|In all honesty the Teesdales had not advanced very far... |
but faced many many Dervish.
Desperate to complete the mission major Whynot stood no chance...
|The fighting in the centre was growing worse.|
|The Mounted Dervish were massing against the Islanders...|
|Eyeswater and Churchill are wounded and withdraw...|
|The Queen's Own are wiped out yet again... The Islanders and Midsomers withdraw, beaten back yet valiant...|
|With all of his units intact Major Stroker and the Rajputs|
complete their mission. Stroker claims the title of "The Advancing Major,"
somewhat boldly perhaps