Below is a transcript of a conversation in Episode 6 of Australia's Nine Network's TV drama miniseries Gallipoli, that occurs at about 33:41, between Major General Sir Walter Braithwaite (WB) and Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett (EAB). But the transcript failed to write the names, which I had to add.
WB — We spoke in June, Bartlett. Do you recall?
EAB — Of course.
WB — And do you remember the subject matter of our discussion?
EAB — Hm?
WB — You gave an assurance not to criticise GHQ or its officers or the conduct of the campaign.
EAB — As far as I know, I've kept to this.
WB — Hmm. On September the 8th, you sent a letter, via Mr Murdoch, to Mr Asquith. An uncensored letter.
EAB — Indeed I did. I have a perfect right to address my Prime Minister. How did you find out about it?
WB — That letter has been seized by us.
EAB — Has it? And has it been forwarded to the proper address?
WB — I warned you I would send anyone away who spoke against the campaign.
EAB — Well, then you must send away practically everyone on the peninsula, including the Turks.
WB — Your press credentials are hereby revoked. You are no longer the guest of the Army. You are to return home.
EAB — Ah. And may I leave at once?
WB — What?
EAB — Thank you so much, Walter. I've been anxious to get back for some time. I'll certainly have a lot to say in London.
WB — Oh, um...
EAB — Mediterranean leishmaniasis.
WB — I beg your pardon?
EAB — It's a parasite. It will finally kill its host and therefore dies as well. I suggest you look it up.