The story of Ordnance spans four years. It is one of hard work, frustration and astonishment inventiveness.
At one point the depot in Selonika ran out of ink and so a search was made for a chemist who could make some thus enabling orders to be written out.
Another time, local watchmakers had to be found to repair timepieces so that zero hour could be set.
The Lincolnshire Echo in the autumn of 1914, like many local newspapers around the land, contained a plea for saddles, binoculars and horse blankets.
In the Dardanelles, the troops ran short of grenades, so ordnance men had to fill empty food cans with explosives.