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Excerpt from The Case for Voluntary Service: The Handbook of the Voluntary Service Committee
Much has already been written on the moral and social aspects of this question and the importance of these can never be exaggerated; but the special object of this book is to explore the military and strategical points of view and to show that the voluntary system of recruiting, which now obtains in our Regular Army and Territorial Force, is better suited than any other to the special needs and conditions of the British Empire.
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