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(Untitled), 25 Jan 1916

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/71/1-3

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Letter from WSC (6th Royal Scots Fusiliers in the field) to David Lloyd George on Lloyd George's political position and the discouraging war situation from the British point of view. Asserts that the position would have been much better if either Lloyd George or WSC had had their way about Salonika [Greece] or the Dardanelles early in 1915, and wonders whether there is to be a costly campaign in the Balkans. Typescript copy. Manuscript drafts at CHAR 2/71/4-5.


  • Creation: 25 Jan 1916

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Published: Winston S Churchill III, pp 691-2; Winston S Churchill : Companion Volume III, Part 2, pp 1395-6

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