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Excerpt from Under the Search-Light: A Record of a Great Scandal
During the House of Lords Inquiry, many points of vital importance were insufficiently brought out or not brought out at all. Now that the War is officially at an end (september lst, 1921) there can be no reason on the score of official secrecy Why the public should not be made aware of the events which led to my instant dismissal from the post of Commandant and from the Corps. This step was taken without the knowledge of my Senior Officer (major-general Sir Godfrey Paine), and without any adverse report from him. The whole of this affair has been wrapped in mystery and distinguished by astonishing prevarication on the part of the authorities.
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