Prime Minister SirAbdul Muhsin shot and killed himself in the presence of his family at
Bagdad last week. He left a sealed letter telling why, which his son
refused for several days to open.
Ripped at last, the envelope gave up this piteous sentence: "I feel
myself without help and that my countrymen regard me as a traitor to
Irak and a servant of the British."
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