Foreign News: Officers without Ties

Colonel Charles Ralph Bingham, D. S. O., son of the Honorable Sir Cecil Bingham, is a product of British tradition. He went to Eton and in 1914 became A. D. C. to his father in France. Back home from war, he joined Fascist Sir Oswald Mosley, but later abandoned him. He yachted in summer and sat with equally well-bred companions in the posh Carlton Club in winter. In the best Tory tradition he represented the cult of the old school tie. When World War II began he was made commander of Officer Cadet Training...

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