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Excerpt from The 47th (London) Division, 1914-1919: By Some Who Served With It in the Great War
It is to these men who foresaw and planned the British Territorial Force that the thanks of the victorious nations are largely due. The Territorial Force stood in 1915 between the dead Regular Army and the living Kitchener Armies that fought the Battle of the Somme and enabled the war to be ultimately won.
A few of these same far-seeing men and their younger successors have here and now a clear vision of the future.
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