A Subaltern's Experiences During the Recent Russian War Scare in India. Peace, War, and Then Peace Again by Anonymous

A Subaltern's Experiences During the Recent Russian War Scare in India. Peace, War, and Then Peace Again

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A Subaltern's Experiences During the Recent Russian War Scare in India. Peace, War, and Then Peace Again

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A Subaltern's Experiences During the Recent Russian War Scare in India. Peace, War, and Then Peace Again: 1. Hurrah! His Leave to England is Granted. 2. Having Sold All He Possesses, He Sits Down for a Final Chat with His Brother Officers. 3. He Slumbers Peacefully During the Long Night Journey by Rail. 4. And Early in the Morning Awakens to Gaze with Rapture at the Open Sea. 5. A Few Hours Later He is Dashing Off to the "Trooper." 6. After Seeing His Luggage Bestowed in the Hold, He Receives a Telegram. 7. Its Contents: "All Leave Stopped; Return at Once." 8. The Telegraph Messenger's Precipitate Flight. 9. Hustled Instanter Off the Ship, He Finds Himself Ashore with Just His Cabin Baggage; All the Rest is in the "Trooper's" Hold. 10. His Brother Officers Seem Highly Amused that a Fellow Should Be Sent Back with Only About What He Stands Up in. 11. However, This Matters But Little, As the 70 Lb. Service Kit is the Order of the Day, and a Soldier-Like Kit Too! 12. "Peace! I'Ve Lost My Passage, I'Ve Lost My Leave, I'Ve Sold Everything, I'Ve Bought a Service Kit, I'M 50l. Out of Pocket, and, after All, It's Peace. Who Will Recoup Me?" Echo Answers, "Not the Government."

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