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"It must have been a Sunday morning when the corporal told us to take the day off training. He tapped the palm of his hand with the flat edge of his bayonet. 'If you are religious, I mean Christian, worship your Lord today, because you might not have another chance. Dismissed."
"We went to the square wearing our army shorts and the crapes that had been given to us. We started a soccer game, and as we played, the lieutenant came out to sit on the verandah of his house. We stopped the game and saluted him. 'Carry on with the game. Right now I want to see my soldiers play soccer."
"When we were done with soccer, we decided to go to the river for a swim... 'Let's go, soldiers, the holiday is over,' the corporal called out from the banks of the river. We stopped our playing and followed him to the village."
"At the village we were asked to quickly service our AK-47s. As we cleaned our guns, backpacks and waist packs were distributed among us. Two crates of ammunition were set out, one containing loaded magazines, the other loose bullets. the corporal commanded us to take as much ammunition as we could carry. 'Don't take too much, though. WE want you to be able to run fast,' he said. As I loaded my backpack and waist pack, I looked up and saw that some of the older soldiers were doing the same. My hand began to shake and my heart beat faster."
"The corporal handed us green head ties and said, 'If you see anyone without a head tie of this color or a helmet like mine, shoot hime.' He screamed the last two words. Now it was clear to all that we weren't going for training.
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