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on 31 October 1999
Fowler has done his work thoroughly.From my own point of view,Fowler could have included the social consequences of having, "upper" and "the rest" rankings, and thier non inter-reaction, during WW1, and the causes and results of this. Why have so many Officers survived, to longlevity, in proportional relationship to 'the rest'.I venture to suggest, Fowler could quite reasonably have included this important socialinformation. The same "Senior army officers" cadre, as the hopeless "duffers"of WW1,Number One Board,are still around.Culled from the playing fields of Eton,Winchester and Harrow.Only selected because of their so called upbringing-whatever that means,in this modern world.Fowler would do well to till this fertile ground,in future, to expose these pathetic myths, the average old boy ,wouldn't last a day on the streets of Glasgow.
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