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60890: Report of a speech on demobilization made by Prime Minister Lloyd George

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Report of part of a speech made by Prime Minister Lloyd George about demobilization, urging patience, stressing the need to maintain a military presence until a firm settlement has been reached (because "although the fighting has stopped, the war is not over"), and saying that recent demonstrations and marches will delay demobilization rather than speeding it up. The document is signed by "H. Johnson Captain, officer Commanding 492 Agricultl Coy. Labour Corps."

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Identifier

9430.cpd| 6881.jpg|GWA_5934_hull0182.jpg 6882.jpg|GWA_5935_hull0183.jpg

Creator

Johnson, H.

Subject

Lloyd George, David

Date

January 1919

Date Created

01/01/1919 | 01/12/1915

Temporal Coverage

31/01/1919 | 31/12/1915

Source

Leaf

Medium

Paper

Type

Other

Pages

1, 2

Number of Pages

2

Contributor

Meriel Patrick | Meriel Patrick | Mr A Dockar

Submission Event

Ferrens Art Gallery, Hull Submission Day, 31st May 2008

Rights

The Great War Archive, University of Oxford / Primary Contributor

Publisher

The Great War Archive, University of Oxford

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