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Letter from [WSC] to Sir William Pickford [later Lord Sterndale] arguing that the evidence taken by the Dardanelles Commission of Inquiry from Rear-Admiral Roger Keyes [later Lord Keyes] showed that there was universal agreement about the continuation of the naval attack on the straits until Rear-Admiral John de Robeck called it off in March 1915, after which the navy's offensive effectiveness was severely reduced. Typescript copy. Annotated: "not sent in".
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