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- v. leave a camp
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On the afternoon of 21st December, Manstein spoke on a direct telephone line to Rastenburg, in a final effort to persuade Hitler that the whole of the 6th Army must break camp and drive southward, without avail.
Drills, parades, scouts, foraging expeditions, picket and guard duty, made up the course in this school of instruction, supplemented by frequent changes in the locations of the different brigades, so that the division could have opportunity to learn to break camp quickly and to move out promptly on the march.