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Letter from WSC (War Office) to [David Lloyd George] asking whether he should ignore a recent article in the Sunday Times claiming that he foresees the fall of Lloyd George and his own assumption of the leadership of a powerful "Central" party [see CHAR 2/105/55]. Believes that in the peace talks President Woodrow Wilson "having quarrelled with Italy will have to be extra-civil to the British Empire", and notes the good progress of Alexander Kolchak's cause in Russia. Copy.
- 28 Apr 1919
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