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PROLOGUE

"A MAN gets knifed. A throat gets slit. A bomb goes off. The Wogs are out for blood! "
As Sergeant Nelson talks his right eye blinks in, the smoke of his cigarette. Pensively pursing his lips, he takes his left eye out, polishes it against the bosom of his battle-blouse, and puts it back again. "Is it in straight, Dusty?"
Sergeant Smith says: "A bit bolo."
Sergeant Nelson blinks hard. The glass eye stares rather angrily through the smoke. "You've got to close the left, or disengaged, eye when you fire," he says. "What's an eye?"
We wait, very quiet. We want to hear about the Wogs, the Arabs. Evening is coming. The moon is already out-a pale, thin little moon, no bigger than an eyebrow.
" Ah," says Sergeant Smith. "We used to see a bit of fighting in peace-time."
" Definitely, Dusty," says Sergeant Nelson, and his story goes on :

The Wogs was around us. The desert was alive with Wogs. You couldn't see 'em. You couldn't hear 'em. But you knew they was there. They can hide, those Wogs can, behind a grain o' sand. Ain't that a fact, Dusty? They wears robes the same colour as the desert. They digs themselves little bits of cover. Puzzle, find 'em. You know they're there, but they're invisible. And

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