"Herr Lieutenant, it was horrible!"
"Australian soldiers come and charge!"
"And one of them kept hitting us over the head with his gun and laughing madly!"
"Yet you were only able to wound one of them?"
"They took us by surprise Herr Lieutenant, they suddenly charged over the hill and started thumping us!"
Assault the iron hot chocolate.
"LOOK OUT FOR THAT WEIRD THING!"
I walked over towards the tavern, the night was slightly chilly, but the news that the Germans were moving quickly towards our position seemed to keep me warm.
"Hello Chris, you ain't still worried over the Germans movin' in?" I turned round, it was Jim,
"Hello, sir, the Germans moved in too quickly, it's their blitzkrieg tactic, and there tanks are far better then the ones we have right now."
"Come, let us go to the tavern, and talking about there blitzkrieg tactic, it is nothing to worry about, we've got the Americans tramping around now, they've brought rather good tanks." We both started to walk towards the tavern,
"Do you think there'll be Americans in there?"
"Don't worry Chris, I've heard there quite respectful." We'd almost got to the door, when suddenly a voice was raised:
"RAHH, YOU THINK I'M AUSTRALIAN DO YOU?!"
"WHO GIVES A D*M* WHERE YOU COME FROM, DON'T YOU EVEN THINK OF THREATENING ME!" from inside the tavern there was the sound of a crash, a ripping sound, and then an explosion of noise, most of it resembled "thwack"
I then pulled Jim away from the door, and a second later Steve flew through the door, he sat up and rubbed his head,
"That's gonna leave a mark." he muttered, "Oh hey Chris and Jim!"
"Who got called the Aussie?" I asked
"Alas, poor American." I then ducked, an American flew through the wall, nose dived into the ground his legs realised that the rest of the body had stopped moving a second later, and fell limply on the sand.
"Yup, that was the guy." Steve got up, rubbed his head again, "I'm going back in."
"Steve wait." Said Jim
"You forgot you'r hat." Jim picked up Steve's helmet and handed it to him, "And next time, try to dodge before you strike."