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A87839842 - A Man and His Horse: Warrior

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Bluebottle

(The important word being 'follow' - he did indeed lead from the front and when he led his men into the terrible battle at Moreuil Woods, it was because he believed that if they did not do all they could to halt the German advance, the war would be lost. Though he did not want to throw the lives of his men away, if they did not do their bit all that they had suffered and sacrificed since the war began would have been for nothing).

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Post 22

SashaQ - happysad

Sorry for not commenting on this sooner, <BB< - an excellent tribute to a remarkable horse smiley - applause

It just so happened that I mentioned WWI exhibitions to a friend of mine before Christmas, and we got to talking about the horses involved in the war, so I knew I needed to read this Entry, and it was as good as expected.

Just with my sub-editor hat on, would you mind putting quotes that are not blockquotes into single quotes ' rather than italics, please?

smiley - bubbly


A87839842 - A Man and His Horse: Warrior

Post 23

Bluebottle

Page Turner:

Entry: A Man and His Horse: Warrior - A87839842
Author: Bluebottle - U43530

I thought you looked fetching in that hat today.smiley - smiley

I think I've found them all.

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(I had to type 'today' 3 times as the first two times it came out 'toady', which may have inadvertently been perceived as an insult)


A87839842 - A Man and His Horse: Warrior

Post 24

bobstafford

Warrior a horse and his man
Might be a better title as the the


A87839842 - A Man and His Horse: Warrior

Post 25

bobstafford

The generals Nome is not in the title


A87839842 - A Man and His Horse: Warrior

Post 26

Bluebottle

The General's name isn't in this entry, because this is Part II of a 2 part pair - the first part is 'A Man and his Horse: General 'Galloper Jack' Seely', currently in Peer Review here: F48874?thread=8311699
Part I looks more at Seely, part II looks at Warrior. (Warrior seems by far the more popular of the two smiley - pony)

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A87839842 - A Man and His Horse: Warrior

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Congratulations!


A87839842 - A Man and His Horse: Warrior

Post 29

SashaQ - happysad

Congratulations smiley - applause

"I thought you looked fetching in that hat today. smiley - smiley"

Ah! thank you! smiley - cool

"(I had to type 'today' 3 times as the first two times it came out 'toady', which may have inadvertently been perceived as an insult)"

Yes, indeed it may! Strange that it was such an effort to get the letters to arrange themselves in the right order, but I appreciate it smiley - oksmiley - laugh


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