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[420] rank and file that their leaders should be at the front, and woe betide the general of whom they could say, ‘He loves to send us to the front, but he keeps well in the rear himself,’ or the officers about whom they could pass the grim joke: ‘There were not trees enough there for the officers to hide behind, and we privates had to take it without cover.’

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