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THE TEMPERING

`You waters 'em and you rolls 'em; and then you rolls 'em and you waters 'em, and you goes on rolling and watering 'em for two or three 'undred years, and there you are.'
" It's the same thing with an Army. You work on it for hundreds and hundreds of years till you get a sort of foundation. That's Tradition. That's the stuff that's got to be sort of lived up to, kind of style. Discipline sort of comes out of that. Definitely, English discipline comes from English tradition. Have you got that? Before you make an English soldier, you got to make an English man. And then, when you lay the groundwork, you see how an English soldier will sort of discipline himself. That's proper discipline.
" You treat the Rookie a bit severe at first. But as soon as he gets the hang of things, you don't have to chase him. He takes everything in good part, and still stays a man. He fits into the machinery. On parade, he obeys an order like clockwork. Off parade, he'll argue the toss. That's what I like to see. But discipline, first of all, has got to be taught. You learn the ABC of it at the Depot. You pick up the Grammar at the Training Battalion. Get it?"
The idea is, that by the time you leave the Camp you will be capable of translating things on your own, if need be.
And where is this Camp?
A balloonist found himself in this place, early in the nineteenth century. An old lady, looking out of her bedroom window into a pale-pink sunset, saw a great white bubble drifting down on to the Common. Hastily putting on her bonnet, she ran out. A hundred

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