- explaining the front line of soldiers at war
- Men were tired, lost boots, limped, didn't realize the hoots of shells behind
He then explains a change in scene. The men are exposed with gas and must get their helmets on, but sonone doesn't make it
- He then relates the gruesome image of the man dying in the wagon they put him in.
- White eyes from a hanging face
- Blood gargling
- As bad as cancer
He ends with "It is a noble and fitting thing to die for one's country"