Concerning Charles thanking Gertrude for her letter, and tells her that the outlook at the conference is 'ominous'. Offers a lengthy discussion of the current military situation between the belligerents, and the continued tension between the conference delegates. Approves of Monastir and reports conversation with the vice-consul at Monastir, Charles Greig, musing on the future of Turkish influence in the Balkans. Discusses Romanian demands for the 'Vlacks' [Vlachs], and reveals his own interest in them.
Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Charles Doughty-Wylie to Gertrude Bell concerning continuous tensions between the delegates at Brindisi and a conversation with the vice-consul, Charles Greig
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- ReferenceGB 186 GB/DW/2/14
- Dates of Creation25 Sept 1913
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- Physical Description1 item, paper. 4 sheets. Envelope.
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