In his first action against the Germans, Lieutenant Guy Morton lowered his head and charged. His men cheered and followed — and that was a shock for Guy, because he’d been sure he was running away from the fight!
Deep down, Lieutenant Guy Morton felt he was a coward — and now he had been sent to command fighting men in the front line.
There were whispers about him, then came the test of courage, and Guy cracked and ran. But he realised his men were following him and cheering like mad!