"WHO DIES IF ENGLAND LIVES?"
TO 'HIE KDITOH. Sir, —Mr note on the action off the coast of Chile had such a depressing effect on one's nerves that I craw space for expression. We may assume both squadrons knew the speed and weight of metal of the other. Naval men know how difficult it is to get maximum speed, phis maximum metal. Wo were told nothing of the speed. Now (as in the old sailiiw ship days) speed will be a dominating factor in deciding a naval action. The British Navy is only warming to its work. " What matter who dies if England lives?"—l am, etc., Frederick Mallard. November 10.
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"WHO DIES IF ENGLAND LIVES?", Evening Star, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914
"WHO DIES IF ENGLAND LIVES?" Evening Star, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914
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