High in a mountain village in Nepal, a Gurkha warrior began to speak . . .
“Gather round, my people, and listen. Tonight I tell a story as savage and as fierce as the North-West frontier of India where this tale was born. A story of the greatest of our sons who left this village to serve the British in two World Wars as a Gurkha soldier – none braver, none tougher.
“Yes, I talk of Manbir Limbu, a man of a thousand battles. And tonight you will hear of his son, of a young English officer, and of a gleaming, razor-sharp kukri . . . the Blade of Honour.”
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