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discipline as he knows it has been steadily ingrained through past years of peace conditions when even the slightest offence may not pass unnoticed, and so when a certain work has to be performed, a certain point of the enemy's Line attacked they know nothing further than that they are to get there, but with our men before leaving our own Lines, we call the men together and briefly outline the course we intend adopting because of so and so, and as soon as we arrive there so-and-so will happen and on our flanks so-and-so will protect us.

Let me give you a concrete instance as against Mr Bartlett's article.

Some little time back a battery of 5" Howitzers was

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