Foreign News: Posthumous Onslaughts

COMMONWEALTH (British Commonwealth of Nations)

Than the late Field Marshal Sir Henry Hughes Wilson, assassinated on the steps of his London home by two Sinn Feiners on July 22, 1922, there has rarely been a soldier whose sarcasm has been so biting, whose criticism so penetrative, whose mind so outspoken, whose ego so self-exalted.

Last week, through the medium of Major General Sir C. E. Caldwell, two volumes were published in London entitled Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson, His Life and Diaries. As was to be expected,...

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