South of Caen, a Canadian unit wading through wheat fields fought its
way into a cluster of apple orchards.
"I don't like this," snorted the unit commander. "Why not?" a
"Those apples aren't ripe. A lot of my men have chronic stomachaches. I
wish their mothers had taught them better."
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