Speaking of Gallipoli, one of my favorite stories from that was how the British retreated from there. To cover the flank of the retreating forces, they created several lines of rifles that were attached to drip cans of varying intervals of water, where water would drip into a bucket attached to the trigger of the rifle. They spaced out the rifles firing to make it look like impromptu shooting. After some time, the built up water would weigh enough to pull the trigger. The Ottomans would think the British were still in the trenches when in reality they were long gone by the time the Turkish forces found out no one was home. The British forces were able to pull out of that mess with few casualties.
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