BRITAIN’S LITTLE WARS
(Per Press Association.—Copyright, i LONDON, November 11. Speaking at Acton (Middlesex) Lord George Hamilton said that the policy of the Government with regard to the campaign on the north-western frontier of India was to accept a general submission on the part of the enemy, to interfere with the tribesmen as little as possible, and to concentrate the strength of the British forces in positions essential for the fulfilment of Great Britain’s obligations. '., Additional British forces would, he said, be despatched to the Niger, West Africa, under the command of Major Milne. Thirty special officers had already been sent out to West Africa, aud 'sixteen others were about to sail for the same destination.
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BRITAIN’S LITTLE WARS, Evening Star, Issue 10469, 12 November 1897
BRITAIN’S LITTLE WARS Evening Star, Issue 10469, 12 November 1897
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