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Advice to the officers of the British Army

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Published by Agathynian Club in New York .
Written in English


  • Great Britain. Army -- Officers.

Book details:

LC ClassificationsU20 .G8 1867
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 4, 134, 5 p.
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24183972M
LC Control Number10034326

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  The British Army needs its own #MeToo moment to address all past and present cases of sexual assault, harassment and everyday sexism, a long-serving female officer has said. Lt Col Allen is publishing a book, entitled Forewarned, that documents her journey through the armed forces from , when she was part of the first intake of female officer cadets to train alongside men at the army's officer training academy at Sandhurst. Advice to the Officers of the British Army with the addition of some hints to the drummer and private soldier Chapter XIV To the Serjeant. As by your appointment to the halbert, you are probably at the summit of your preferment (unless you have a pretty wife, sister, or daughter) you may now begin to take a little ease, and relax from that rigid discipline you observed, when corporal. Temporary gentlemen (sometimes abbreviated to TG) is a term used to refer to officers of the British Army who held temporary (or war-duration) commissions, particularly when such men came from outside the traditional officer ically the officers of the British Army were drawn from the gentry and upper middle-classes and were expected to be gentlemen.

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