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Bairnsfather, Bruce. 1887- / Still more bystander fragments from France
Vol. III

[Foreword],   p. 4 PDF (452.7 KB)


Page 4


FOR]
By the Editor
HE War has now becom
T     Even his hurried and slit
has little to laugh at.
take Food Dictators and
will take its attenuated pleasures i
And among its pleasures a
enjoyed the first two volumes c
ments from  France" will  enjoy
It is every bit as good as the o
Again, "Old Bill" and "Our E
comically serious, fill the pages
with their humour-always dry,
be their surroundings never so,
wet. Their jokes never fail to
hit the mark.  And theQ pic-
tures   !
Captain Bairnsfather's pic-
tures are "the real thing.". Thev
have ceased to be merely a1
household word - they are .i
stage-wprd, and a street-word.
They possess the magical power
of investing monotony of theme
with endless varietv of incident.
They make the Old Army laugh.
They make the New Army laugh.
They make civilians laugh. They
make the Press Bureau laugh.
They-but what's the use of
saying more? Everybody knows
Bairnsfather     and    his
"Fragments."
Now turn over the pages,
and-
Laugh!
" BAIRN SFATR-" A few Fragments from
"BULLETS AND BILLETS." ]34 e's
"FRAGMdENTS" PLAYING cARDS. Many
"FRAGMENTS" POST CARDS. A new set
"FRAGMENTS" Edition de Luxe. Speciall
"FRAGMENTS FROM. FRANCE." volume
All the above can be obtained from the Publish
or "The Graphic" Ga


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