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The Indian Army.

United Press Association— By Electric Telegraph—Copyright London, Junb 24 Lord Kitchener states that unless divided authority, divided counsels, and divided responsibility are abolished, the Indian milttsry ad ministration will fail to ensure victory m a land war with Russia. Tha effect of such a disaster would m go sense be local, but would be coextensive with the Empire. Lord Curzon refuses to accept Lord Kitchener's gloomy picture, and holds that Lord Kitchener's wide changes are open to grave constitutional objections. They would subvert the military control now m the hands of the Indian Government, and wouid make the Commimder-in-Ohiot' an autocrat. The British Government ia compromising but lean towards Lord Kitchener's views.

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The Indian Army., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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The Indian Army. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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