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issued with long winter ones, and woolly vests, and gloves. Roll up your civvies. They're to be sent 'ome; it's illegal to keep 'em now. You're in the Army. And look. I've got 'ere a cap-badge. It's the eight-pointed star, the Coldstreamers' star. Look at it. I've 'ad it seven years, and somebody 'ad it seven years before me. See? It's been polished and polished until the pattern's almost all wore off. Can you read what's on it? Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense. Evil be to 'e that evil thinks. Our motter. Got it? Well, a soldier prizes a cap-star that's wore down like this one. Now I'll tell you what I'll do. You're a deccalt-looking lot o' fellers. The man that gets the best shine on one of his pair o' boots by the end o' next week gets this star. I tell you, you could offer a quid for a star like that and not be able to buy it, but I'll give it to the best-shone pair o' daisy-roots end o' next week.
" I'm warning you, they're 'ot on shining in this mob; and rightly so. We got a tradition to keep up. Anybody who remembers the last war'll tell you how the Guards went into action like a parade. Not only have we got to fight better, and 'ave better discipline: we got to look better. We're the 'Ouse'old Brigade, and the oldest foot-regiment in the British Army. I tell you, Jerry thinks twice when 'e sees us coming : we been getting ourselves a good name for thousands and thousands of years, ever since 1650, when Colonel Monk formed the Coldstream Guards.
" Other mobs aren't so fussy about cleaning, and I'll admit that when you're tired it can be a bit of a business getting all spick-and-span. But it's worth it. You can tell a Guardsman anywhere for his smartness,

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