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Mechanical Transport .

11th February 1915
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exceptions. Black spots are not removed quickly. It is dangerous to draw general inferences from a few observed and particular cases of inefficiency, and undoubtedly quite wrong, as we have already pointed out in an earlier article, to appraise or condemn this or that model or type on account of isolated occurrences. We decline to do so. We maintain that the day of proper review is not yet.

We hope that no parties will allow themselves to be drawn prematurely into public discussions of the kind which .e have in Mind. No fair and proportional relationship can now be established between the various factors -which have to be taken into account, nor can the events of the last few months be regarded in suitable perspective until all who are concerned find themselves in possession of all the facts. A joint civil and military committee may be necessary, before mechanical transport is accorded the status in the military establishment to which its achievements and performances during the war entitleit. Other important duties might be entrusted to the same Committee, if it be formed.


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