On a recent visit to Jerusalem, I dropped into the cafe of the Anglican church in the Old City (just next to the Jaffa Gate). The cafe has a small museum dedicated to the community's history which includes a selection of items used by Allied Forces when they captured the city in 1917. To my surprise, the memorabilia included saddles, waterbottles etc as used by the Australian Light Horse "which took the city". I thought that the WDs were the first to enter the city and so was puzzled as to their absence (and mention of any other UK/Indian forces) from the display. Enquiries at the cafe got me no further. Is this another example of the British Army being airbrushed, Mel Gibson-style, out of history?