I was 6 foot 3 inches. I could have let it all get into my headI played football, basketball, baseball, and I swam.
Jamie is first out, ankle deep in muck, followed by the others. Their joy at seeing a new place dissipates quickly in the grimness of the landscape. It is all barren, all muddy as far as the eye can see. It looks like Earth, but the Doctor wants to look around a bit more before deciding.
He leads the way up a steep, scrubby slope, passing some barbed wire strung out along it. Jamie has never seen such a thing and examines it, pricking his finger.
The Doctor denounces it as "filthy stuff". His attention is drawn by something lying in the dirt - some battered clothing and a metal helmet.
He recognises it instantly. They have landed in one of the most terrible times in the history of Earth. Before he can explain further, there is a whistling in the air and a bomb goes off very nearby.
Soon, the atmosphere erupts in a full-scale artillery barrage. The Doctor, Jamie, and Zoe take cover in a hole - actually a bomb crater - to wait out the seemingly endless barrage of bombs and bullets. When it ends, the silence is oppressive. It is broken by a kind female voice.
A woman in military uniform and bearing a red cross on her sleeve beckons the three frightened civilians out of the crater.
That, she says, was just a softening-up barrage. There will be more to come. She tells the civilians that they are "between the lines", not a fit place for anyone really. She turns to point to the ambulance she was driving when she is startled by two German soldiers in gas masks standing right behind her.
Both are armed with rifles and they take all four people prisoner.
However, a short time later, the ambulance is stopped by 3 British soldier, a lieutenant, disarms the guard on Lady Jennifer and then goes to the back at her urging. The lieutenant finds no problems there - the Doctor, Jamie, and Zoe have disarmed and subdued their guard easily.
The two British soldiers climb in with the prisoners and the civilians whilst the lieutenant, Carstairs by name, joins Lady Jennifer. They can think of nothing more for it than to take them to the nearest base camp.
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He reports to his superior an increase in fire power from the Germans. He is informed of the approach of an ambulance and orders protective fire for it. Shortly, Carstairs, Lady Jennifer, the Doctor, Jamie, and Zoe are being helped down into a trench amidst fire from all sides.
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