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up to a higher bit of ground so he could get a good look at practically the whole of the Nazi infantry. And he shoves in another magazine, and lets the Jerries have it. He killed about a hundred of 'em: But he didn't stop firing till he had no more rounds left. It is the truth, as sure as there's a God in heaven, kids my ole pal Harry Nicholls held back the whole German army single-handed, and got his company safe across the River Scheldt, though he was filled so full of bullets that there wasn't room in him for any more and he was walking in a great splashing pool of red blood. What happened to him then? He was dead. He must have been dead for half an hour. But the soul of that man was such that he couldn't stop firing until he hadn't a round left to fire with. So the company gets over the Scheldt, by crackey, and poor old Harry was left behind. Dead, says you. Dead, says they. Dead, says all of us, and the King gives his widder a V.C. on his behalf. And then what news comes through? Why, Hairy Nicholls wasn't dead at all. You can't kill a Grenadier. I'm telling you, you can't. Nicholls is alive, in a German hospital, getting over all them wounds. And God help Jerry when Harry Nicholls gets better again ! He'll come smashing out, he will, he'll come crashing out of that heap like a fire-engine out of a shed, and he'll be back. My old pal Harry."
" Your old pal nothing!" says Geordie. "You never met him."
" Say that again!" cries the Grenadier.
" You 'eard," says Geordie. "How could you of met
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