Look, as they pass into service, how airily the gowns blow out, as though nothing dense and corporeal were within. [This is the spirituality and delicacy, the intelligence of maleness. ] What sculptured faces, what certainty, authority controlled by piety [a bit mocking], although great boots march under the gowns. [This is male roughness, indifference, unconsciousness.]
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Oh, yes. I am re-re-reading it now, too. May I recommend as well the audio version, read exquisitely by Juliet Stephenson. I listen to it falling asleep at night, in the probably vain hope it will seep into my own work the next day. Beautiful essay on my favorite book, too.
afaik the UK entered WWII on the 3th of septemeber 1939 when Chamberlain announced that Britain is at war with Germany (after an ultimatum has expired)