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BRITAIN'S NAVAL STRENGTH.

TWO KEELS TO ONE DEMANDED

LONDON, February 5,

Mr A. H. Lee, speaking at Fareham, said that the Unionists would not accept anything short of two keels to one. They would hold Mr Churchill to his pledge to maintain three. Dreadnoughts to Germany's two in Home waters, also to maintain Britain's former position' in the Mediterranean and with overseas help, if possible, support a world-wide Imperial patrol. If Mr Churchill did his duty, the Unionist arty would support him inside and outside the House of Commons.

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BRITAIN'S NAVAL STRENGTH., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914

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BRITAIN'S NAVAL STRENGTH. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914

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