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THE FOUNDRY

"Everybody pick himself a bed. Keep it. You're responsible for the tidiness of your bed-area, and everything connected with it. There is only one right way of doing a thing, and that is the Army way. I am here to show you what to do. Come round me in a circle, and I'll have a chat with you. I want to get to know you."

He looks us over. He says: "It takes all sorts to make a world ... and then what have you got? What's your name?"
" Shorrock, Trained Soldier."
" What was your job in Civvy Street?"
" I was a grocer. I've got my own business."
" What's your religion? Not that I care a damn."
" Congregationalist."
" Well, every man is entitled to his own whatsiname.
I'm a bit of a Mohammedan, myself. But I goes down as C. of E. There's services for C. of E.-ers and Roman Candles. Any other fancy religions-Baptists, Jews, Congregationalists, Methodists, Seventh Day Adventists, Peculiar Methodists (whatever they may be), Mormons, and what not, get along as best they can. If anybody's got any religious arguments to make, he can go and have it out with the Company Commander. I 'ad a Buddhist in my squad, once. A white man, mind you, but a Buddhist. Gord bless you, we didn't mind.
" While I'm talking, by the way, you can take off them civvy clothes, and put on proper ones. You're expected to wear your underpants. In the first place, they're issued for you to wear. In the second place, it's un'ealthy not to. When cold weather comes you'll be

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