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penny little pension attached to it. You aren't a hero on account of a medal."
" A medal encourages you," said Geordie.
" Don't you believe it," says the Grenadier. "A medal is a bit of tin. A inedal don't encourage you. I've seen Italian colonels covered from head to foot with crosses, and stars, and bits, and pieces, and medals of every possible variety and shape and size. And they ran like rabbits. No. It's the act that is the encouragement. A bloke like my old pal Harry Nicholls, now. What's a bit of a bronze cross to him? Or to anybody? But when kids get to hear about him, when they read stories about old Nicholls, they say to themselves: `It'd look silly if after all that we went and let Nicholls down.'
" And again, look at my old pal, Lance-Sergeant Rhodes. He had a Lewis gun section. Well, so Rhodes sees the Jerries leave a pill-box. Our own barrage was coming over thick and strong. It was the good old death trap again. But Rhodes, after picking off Jerry after Jerry with the Lewis and with his good old bundook, went out single-handed, with machine-gun fire right on him, and the shells bursting right in his face; and God only knows how he done it, but he took that pill-box, single-handed, he did, and brought back nine Jerry prisoners. All alone he did it. They give him a V. C. for that."
A dark and excitable old soldier with a brass leek in his cap says :
" And what about my friend, look, Bob Bye, a Glamorgan boy, look ! Did he not do all that and more? With these eyes I saw him do it. He took two

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