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Murdock Dan MacKeigan - Section 17

This section contains a correspondence from Field Marshal Douglas Haig to all officers commanding units, and is dated January 8, 1919. The document urges recipients to consider staying in the permanent force military after the war. Haig was Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France.

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Field Marshal Haig Correspondence

Ref. Number:  18-4 (36.1)
Date:  January 8, 1919
Image Information:  Scan of original document
Source:  Paul MacKeigan
 

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