Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/88/8
Scope and Contents
Telegram from Lieutenant-General Sir John Maxwell to Lord Kitchener conveying a message from General Sir William Birdwood expressing doubt about the Navy being able to force the Dardanelles unassisted, insisting the weather should be settled before troops are landed, explaining why he is averse to landing troops at the Bulair Lines and recommending a cautious advance from Helles Point (5 Mar). Printed copy. Telegram from Lieutenant-General Sir John Maxwell to Lord Kitchener conveying a message...
05 Mar 1915 - 06 Mar 1915
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