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Publicado el 17 de Septiembre, 2006, 14:22. en General.
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The danger had seemed pressing inJuly, but was now nearly over. Itwould cause, at worst, the strengthening of the bridge-guard, but I hadlittle fear of its effect.
In anynight-fighting some would be cut off and lost.
Dawnay, from Akaba, before the ship sailed, rang me up, and askeddolefully if all hope were over.
Instead of this, they gave melicence, which I abused in insipid indulgence. He dispensed with them by his inner power. By this easy expedient the temper of his entourage was notneedlessly complicated. Itwould cause, at worst, the strengthening of the bridge-guard, but I hadlittle fear of its effect. The men groaned in disappointment when they heard the change.
We plodded heavily into Muaggar by noon, and hid in the substructuresof the Roman temple-platform. The creditablemust have been thought out beforehand, foreseen, prepared, worked for. To clear his mind we sent himplain statements, which drew abusive but involved returns. Their faces were turned towards Damascus, notMecca, and they cared for nothing outside their army. The self, knowing the detriment, was forced into depreciation byothers uncritical praise.
The creditablemust have been thought out beforehand, foreseen, prepared, worked for. CHAPTER CVOur morrow was like the day before, a steady grind of forty miles.
Much of my doing was from this egoistic curiosity. Thiswas an atomic repulsion, like the intact course of a snowflake.
OUR UNITED FORCES ENTERED DAMASCUS UNOPPOSED.
On the tenth the two aeroplanes came through from Akaba. The danger had seemed pressing inJuly, but was now nearly over.
The first, to get pressure put on KingHussein to withdraw his statement.
NEXT DAY ALLENBY ATTACKED, AND IN A FEW HOURS HAD SCATTERED THETURKISH ARMIES BEYOND RECOVERY.
The creditablemust have been thought out beforehand, foreseen, prepared, worked for. My hints had roused expectation, and all eyes were on him as heread it. The men groaned in disappointment when they heard the change. On the tenth the two aeroplanes came through from Akaba. I took advantage of this comic moment to meet the men. We lay down and drew covers over ourheads, but could not sleep.
Nextday was the last before the bridge-effort. Each march saw them moreworkmanlike, more at home on the animals, tougher, leaner, faster.
We gave them of our boiled tea, andlaughing they knocked the dust off their faces with oily hands.
It was odd to see how diversely they rode.