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Jean’s brother was learning to recite at school ‘ The Charge of the Light Brigade, and Jean had Ik tome very much interested iri the famous lines, altnou: she had a very vague idsa of what tl; meant. As the" children were doing their- home lessons the other n.ght Jean sad ; “Dick, do recite. that piece.” “What piece?” asked Dick, with that persistent demand for details that marks all boys, “ Oh, you know, Dick—the—the —‘ To Hell Withihe Fixe Brigade '* , r( ;’

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Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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Evening Star Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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