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know how to fall he'd break his neck. Or maybe an arm." The striped Sergeant rolls over and over, and finally rises, covered with dry grass and somewhat angry.
The Staff Sergeant turns back to us. He has the calm, languid air of a man who has just thrown away an empty cigarette-packet. "You might go a bit easy on these demonstrations," says Sergeant Paul. "There was a stone where I fell."
" Well, the stone had no right to be there. All right. I just wanted to have a word with you. You can't be good soldiers unless you're fit. It's up to me to make you fit, and up to you to help me." And the Staff Sergeant.repeats something we have heard before, and are destined to hear many times again :
" Work with me, and I'll be all right. Work against me, make things difficult, impede the progress of fitness and the war by any idleness, laziness, insubordination or funny business ..." He grinds his teeth, leaving the rest unsaid but hideously implied.
Then he hands us over to the striped Sergeant, Paul, who lines us up and says :
" I'm the best fellow in the world if you treat me right. Work willingly and do your best, and I'm your pal. Play me up, and I don't mind telling you I'll make life a misery for you. I'll soon get that paleness off your faces and put some zing into those limbs. Now, let's see you run. .."
An hour later we go back to the hut.
Sergeant Nelson grins at us.
" Well? Grown any hair on your horrible little chests? Get back into battle-dress. I, I, do you hear

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