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THE FOUNDRY

"Are they noice ?" asks Bates.
Trained Soldier Brand says that while the Military Police are inoffensive to law-abiding soldiers, they can nevertheless be People Of Dubious Ancestry if they wish. "We got to 'ave 'em, I suppose," he says, "to keep law and order. If you pay rates and taxes you got to have law and order. Personally, I don't pay no rates and taxes, and I don't want no law and order. But there it is. There's military policemen in every town. They got the right to arrest anybody in uniform. They're the Army's C.LD., kind a' style. They're coppers. They ain't popular, therefore. Nobody really loves a Gestapo man. It's unreasonable, but there it is. There ain't a soldier living that's never broken a rule -with the possible exception of Freddie Archer, R.S.M. of Scots Guards-the most regimental man in the British Army. Once, being two minutes late off leave, he put himself in the report and marched himself in to be punished. When talking to an officer on the telephone he salutes and stands stiffly to attention. But what was I saying? Gestapo. Personally I'dislike 'em. That's a matter of opinion. The beauty of this here Democracy is, you can hate policemen and say so. But I ought to tell you that a Gestapo man is serving his country same as a sewer-man or a dustman. He's essential. And even if he wasn't, don't you go and get yourselves into no trouble, just for the sake of being properly dressed or anything.
" They sell beer in the Naffy. I, personally, have never met a man who could get drunk on it, though I have known many that tried. Wind pudden, that's what it is. All the same, it is alleged to be alcoholic,

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