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of a dream than you are, you squirt ! Why ain't you in uniform, anyway, you..."
The Grenadier, who has been smiling on one side of his face, says :
" You and your dreams. To you, Geordie, dreams are real. Well, look. Look at this and tell me if I lie about Nicholls. Look." And from a deep pocket of his S.D. Jacket, the tall man takes a bit of newsprint, creased almost to nothingness, but religiously preserved between two bits of cardboard. It is a copy of the London Gazette, dated Tuesday, 3oth July,
1940.
" Look," he says. "No. 2614910 Lance-Corporal Harry Nicholls, Grenadier Guards. And there's the story. Dead true."
" Then why didn't you pull out that bit o' paper in the first place?" asks Geordie.
" Because you ought to take my word for it." "Anyway," says Geordie, "I knew it was true, be cause I see it in the papers at the time; and I believe I saw this kid Nicholls box, once."
" Well then, what did you say you didn't believe me for, then?" asks the Grenadier, angrily.
" Just for the sake of a argument," says Geordie.
" What's a V. fa., anyway?"
" A honour," says the tailor.
" Point is," says Geordie, "there comes a point where you got to go forrard or get kilt. You take a last chance, and fight mad. If it comes off, you're a hero. If it don't you're a corpse."
" That depends," says the Grenadier. "I've seen plenty men surrender, Jerries, in the last bust-up. I've

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