Mademoiselle Fifi Gets More Than She Bargained

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The date was August 1942 and both the British and Canadian forces were in Dieppe, preparing for the assaults on Nazi Europe. Both Commanders had agreed to let their Sergeant Majors take their platoons into town one evening as a little R&R in recognition of recent hard work.

Sergeant Major Brannigan went to the red light area. He visited the renowned residence of Mademoiselle Fifi and asked Fifi how much she would charge for his company. Mademoiselle Fifi replied “Monsieur mon amour, it will be just 100 French Francs for your company for one night.”

Brannigan thought this was a good price, turned 180 degrees, placed his baton under his arm and shouted “Company. Attention!”

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