Letter from Gertrude Bell to Lieutenant Colonel Charles Doughty-Wylie concerning her thoughts on the course of World War One

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Concerning an exhausted and depressed Gertrude, writes pessimistically about the course of the war. Notes dissatisfaction and trouble amongst the troops at the Front, particularly the gurkhas, who are to be transferred to Egypt.

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