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"There is much that is stirring and much that is contradictory in Sir Philip's new book. At one moment he fiercely attacks the 'old gang' - by this term he means 'the leaders of Europe, still for the most part in control of the machinery of government'".

- so wrote the anonymous scribe who penned this review of Sir Philip Gibbs' 1921 expose, More That Must Be Told. The book was written as a sequel to his previous volume that cataloged the many blunders and assorted outrages committed by the incompetent senior officers on the British command staff during the Great War, Now It Can Be Told (1920).

Click here to read about the new rules for warfare that were written as a result of the First World War - none of them pertain to the use of poison gas or submarines.


A War Correspondent Remembers With Anger (Current Opinion, 1922)

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