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especially a Coidstreamer. It can be overdone, this spit-and-polish, in war-time. But the principle of the thing is good. Like an old woman who's always springcleaning ... it's uncomfortable, but the idea is all right, ... Now what's your name, son? Thurstan? And where did you come from? Durham, eh? You been a miner, ain't you?"
" So what?" says Thurstan.
Trained Soldier Brand looks at him and says: "Sowhat? So this : lemme give you a word o' warning. I know your type. You're tough, you are, or you think you are. Well, don't,get tough with the Army, because the Army's tougher. See? And you'll get hurt. See? You're a miner. Well, you wouldn't 'ave a kickingmatch with a pit-pony, would you? Well, don't try and beat the Army. Better men than you have tried to do it, and failed. You can be as tough as you like with 'Itler : you'll toe the line 'ere, for the sake o' discipline.
" How shall I put it? You ain't expected to be angels, but Gord 'elp you if you're not, kind o' thing. I'm warnin' you, Thurstan, if you got any idea of playing up in this Depot, don't do it. We're 'ot on discipline. Discipline makes the Army. The Guards hold their line and don't break : it's discipline that does it, and discipline means when every man has got confidence in his N.C.O., his Officer, and his pal. If you know just what everybody else in your mob is going to do, things are easy for you. That's discipline, and take it from me, it's essential. I've seen some of it working out East, and so has your Squad Instructor, Sergeant Nelson.

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