Collection of Su Ze (Chinese classical literature series) by 苏辙

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Their safest course, however, would be to remain in uniform, though they might be shocked to learn that Army regulations stipulated that such services in the peacetime Army had to be compensated. Touching a much larger body of men was the Army’s reverting to a spitand-polish routine, as was customary in the “Old Army,” when hostilities ceased. Sergeant Peter Swinton, for one, complained about the excessive drilling, lectures and similar duties. The men had had enough during their basic training and throughout their wartime Army careers, he declared, and it was now too far along in the game to start anew.

He wrote poems which seemed omnipresent after his first appeared in the October 20, 1945, issue. H. 33 Hardly deterred by controversy, Crouch continued diligently to write for the paper, and published two books of poems illustrated by Stripes’ cartoonists, notably Sig Reinhardt, which were sold in Shanghai area PXs. One was titled China Sketches and the second Ding How, the first appearing in February 1946 and the second in April of that year. 34 As promised, another column, “B-Bag. Blow It Out Here,” appeared, a veritable “chat room” of its day for the China Theater.

Drills were for career men and the “civilians” wanted no part of them. They wanted either to go home or be left alone. Private Neil Mellon concurred. 3 40 The Shanghai Stars and Stripes These matters became more pointed in Shanghai when it was announced in the October 22,1945, Stripes that a “military courtesy drive” was being launched in Shanghai on that day. In other words, Shanghai was henceforth to be regarded “as a saluting area,” the paper ruefully announced. In addition, proper uniforms, including ties, were to be worn on all occasions.

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