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screaming like madmen. Firing? Nothing ! The pigstickers was out. It was knives, me boys, bayanets ! They came pouring'over the ridge, they did, and they tore into them Wogs from the rear like lions-and we comes out, we does, yelling red, white, and blue murder -Yaaaah! Yaaaah!-and what we leave of them Wogs is scarcely worth the trouble of picking up. Eh, Dusty? It was a whatsiname, definitely a whatsiname. A triumph. A triumph for training and discipline. Without it we'd of been wiped out in the first halfhour.
And training and discipline is what you're going to get here. See? And if you don"t like it you can definitely lump it. Because you're going to beat the pith out of old Herr von Fritz. You're going to batter the tar out of Old Adolf. You're going to kick old pigface Gooring from hell to breakfast. Ain't they, Dusty? Definitely from hell to breakfast. Don't let me hear no lousy old alarm and despondency about tanks. I'll spit in the eye of the next man who mentions tanks. England's an island, see? And while we hold this lousy old island, old Hitler's blocked. See? And we can make all the tanks we're going to need, given time. And if we hold out, we've got time. Get it? And with trained men we hold out. Men are more important than tanks. You can bust a tank. You can't bust a proper man. And I'm going to make proper men of you-you horrible creatures, you. You'll give old Hitler a coating in Africa, and Greece, and hell and all. You will ! Won't they, Dusty?
Who said "What about Musso?" Musso? I don't count Musso ! I could take on Musso and the whole

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Wop army single-handed, five at a time, couldn't I, Dusty? ... All right then, three at a time. Remember the time I laid out three Wogs with a spare Bren barrel? Swords, they had-swords and knives. They was the mob that mutilated poor old Charlie. Ah, it was fun being in the army in peace-time. Definitely, Dusty.
Now, you mummy's darlings, get a rift on them boots. Definitely shine 'em, my little curly-headed lambs, for in our mob, war or no war, you die with clean boots on.

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