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(Untitled), 11 May 1915

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 13/57/23

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Letter from WSC, First Lord of the Admiralty to Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher, 1st Sea Lord, statng that he would never put forward a plan to "rush" the Dardanelles, and that he agreed with the views expressed in Fisher's memo of 11 May. Stating that they were now "committed to one of the greatest amphibious enterprises of history. You are now committted . Comradeship, resource, firmness, patience all in the highest degree will be needed to carry the matter through to victory.....I beg you to lend your whole aid & good will; & ultimately then success is certain" [handwritten copy].


  • Creation: 11 May 1915

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Copyright: Crown


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External Documents


Winston S Churchill : Companion Volume III, Part 2, p.862

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