THE FIRST SEA LORD.
TO IUK KIHTOH. Sir, —Whatever v.c may write or ray, Mr Chnir’iiD evidently thought. it poiitie to accept the ! lermau Prince's r»-.«:-;.:r tion, which good test,- demanded sh.,n! ! have born 1.-mh-nd on the declaration war with (iermany. in Ihe a.-tio,; Capo La ITnnie. on the 22nd May, K.'.V. when Franco wished to restore Janie* 11. t a hie dominionti!•- lirit’- i■ Adinhih Ituwl. turned traitor, in order to ro-;o : . the Kino. Needless to say, the Fiem ; Wine beaten, and Germany inns! ' ■ beaten. The Victoria Cross was instituted o.i the 29th January. Joo‘3. and writing v. ii ; i a copy of extra-:s of tie l d< c-ds of t riy recipients—Wilson. Sainton, Hy t hewa. and others—is pood teadTir. Their re cords stand in t.hc ‘ fm.-.-ite 1 for aJ! linn-. —I am. etc., J ; i;t itr:i;i<: it Mau.akd. November 2.
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THE FIRST SEA LORD., Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
THE FIRST SEA LORD. Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
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