Caffyn Come Along Boys 1914. The British encouraged men to enlist with their friends from the same town in a program called PALS. This sometimes resulted in the death of virtually all the males in a single town. Nevertheless, morale was high early in the war. “The moment the order came to go forward there were smiling faces everywhere” the mark of a very early recruiting poster. Pipe smoking Tommy strolls cheerfully along. 30×20 near mint, conservation backed.