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do you much harm, you know. I was excited, we all were, they'd talked of the invincible French army and the Maginot line . . ." he finished the sentence with a chuckle. "And the wine went to my head. You might have fared worse. Women have told me that I'm not a bad looking fellow."
She looked him up and down scornfully.
" Get out of here."
" Not until I choose."
" If you don't go my father will go to Soissons and complain to the general."
" Much he'll care. Our orders are to make friends with the population. What's your name?"
" That's not your business."
There was a flush in her cheeks now and her angry eyes were blazing. She was prettier than he remembered her. He hadn't done so badly. She had a refinement that suggested the city dweller rather than the peasant. He remembered her mother saying she was a teacher. Because she was almost a lady it amused him to torment her. He felt strong and healthy. He passed his hand through his curly blond hair, and giggled when he thought that many girls would have jumped at the chance she had had. His face was so deeply tanned by the summer that his eyes were startlingly blue.
" Where are your father and mother?" "Working in the fields."
" I'm hungry. Give me a bit of bread and cheese and a glass of wine. I'll pay."
She gave a harsh laugh.
" We haven't seen cheese for three months. We haven't enough bread to stay our hunger. The French took our horses a year ago and now the Boches have taken our cows, our pigs, our chickens, everything."
" Well, they paid you for them."
" Can we eat the worthless paper they gave us?" She began to cry.
" Are you hungry?"

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