Sergeant George Lister was a gunner who didn’t know much about fancy talk and smart saluting. He was a bit lost when men spoke of tactics, of fast-moving mobile artillery, of the intricate calculation needed to work out long-range bombardments.
But when the going got rough and his troop was left alone and on foot to drag a ton of gun up the sheer face of a mountain behind enemy lines – then! – it was Geordie’s massive soldiers, raw courage and bull-roar of command that drove every man to sweat blood doing the impossible!
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