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Official proceedings

Canadian Railway Club, Montreal

Official proceedings

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Published in Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada,
  • Railroads,
  • Societies

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    LC ClassificationsTF1 C2
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    Open LibraryOL25476032M

    Gough stressed that his plan was not limited by specific objectives, which had hampered attacks at Loos and Gallipoli in and the Somme in Annuaire-Yearbook In the second half of each year a Yearbook is published describing the work of the Court from 1 August of the preceding year to 31 July of the current year. In Julyover Edmonds' objections, it was decided to print a hundred copies For Official Use Only but only after many Foreign Office demands had been conceded, including cuts to the preface. InJohn Keegan 15 May — 2 August wrote Edmonds found documents in un-catalogued bundles on the floor, from which historians had abstracted items and not replaced them. Edmonds's fourth draft published was "pro-Haig and anti-Gough" and Wynne declined to be named as an author.

    The draft for Part I including the First Day on the Somme was sent to 1, officers, who, byhad sent 1, replies. Babingtonthe 24th Division artillery, thirteen medium pounder gun25 heavy fifteen 6-inch gun, five 8-inch and five 9. Travers concluded that Haig and GHQ chose the time, place and strategy of the campaign and that Gough and the Fifth Army staff decided the tactics. Moberly wrote that he understood the need for care in writing the history and that the chapters had been vetted informally by the Foreign Office and approved by Cox, who as an expert in the field, was well qualified to balance secrecy with the needs of army students. Init had been decided to prepare the volume out of sequence because of the importance of the failure of the German Spring Offensive 21 March — 18 July but byKiggell had failed to prepare even a draft narrative for circulation to participants and thought that it would take him another four years to complete the work.

    In MarchEdmonds showed copies of French, German and Austrian histories to demonstrate their "elaborate and voluminous" nature. Edmonds' claim has been challenged ever since, leading to a common assumption that the work is vapid at best and at worst fraudulent, a partial, misleading and exculpatory account of the military establishment. Edmonds submitted an annual report, other historians added summaries of their work, progress reports, staff and personnel matters and publications by foreign official historians. Edmonds found documents in un-catalogued bundles on the floor, from which historians had abstracted items and not replaced them. An educational work needed a foundation on which to base teaching, conclusions which were similar to those of Hankey, that a work must be readable enough for the public to buy, be a credible educational work for the military student and rebut inaccurate commercial accounts by civilian authors.


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Official proceedings book

In MarchWinston Churchill 30 November — 24 January received a pre-publication copy of the Corbett popular history of the navy and objected to certain passages. Pleadings, oral arguments, documents Volumes in this series are published after the termination of each case and contain the documentation relating to the case in the original language, i.

ByEdmonds had five administrators and eight writers, when the French and German equivalents had about each; the British staff were also underpaid, A. Official citation: Acts and Documents No.

Griffith called the quantity of writing on the Great War "prodigious" and that despite Edmonds being unstable, insecure and having never held a field appointmenthe was conscientious, intelligent and rarely allowed his devious and opinionated nature to distort his work on the official history.

Soundings with publishers and authors convinced Edmonds that a work based on dispatches would fail to engage the public. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. The draft for Part I including the First Day on the Somme was sent to 1, officers, who, byhad sent 1, replies.

For Edmonds, the constraints were necessary for the facts innocuously to be shown to the lay reader, yet be available to experts reading between the lines. Disclosure of facts about opponents was to be kept to small-type footnotes or in notes at the end of chapters, because introducing facts not known at the time was hindsight, which was unfair and un-scholarly.

Esher thought that the lessons of the South African War 11 October — 31 May could not be shown unless the naval, military and political aspects of the war were treated as one.

Moberly wrote that he understood the need for care in writing the history and that the chapters had been vetted informally by the Foreign Office and approved by Cox, who as an expert in the field, was well qualified to balance secrecy with the needs of army students. Each decision is published as soon as possible after it has been given, in an unbound fascicle, which is sold separately.

Sir Denys Bray of the Foreign and Political Department Army Headquarters, India supported the "excellent written" history but wanted it lodged in the Confidential records.

Atkinson, had let historians plunder the packets of documents and not return items; it had taken until June to catalogue the records.

Mitt Romney, R-Utah, told reporters Monday morning. The result was revised by the "historian" who added comments and a conclusion.

In a footnote, Edmonds described Fifth Army intelligence summaries in July, that stressed the strength of the German defences on the plateau, that the Germans were building more defences there than on the rest of the front and that the assembly areas of the German Eingreif divisions specialist counter-attack divisions were behind the plateau and the Broodseinde—Passchendaele ridge.

The war precluded a big increase in manpower and for the Fortescue volume to be adequate, Daniel reported that confidential staff correspondence would be needed. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition.

Moberly 15 September — 6 April to write the official account of the Mesopotamian Campaign 6 November — 14 November Despite the constraints that Edmonds imposed on the form of the official histories, Andrew Green called his accounts accurate and comprehensive.

The draft text was revised at the request of some serving officers present at the battle to remove critical remarks about them. If you choose not to accept the conditions stated above please exit this search application.

A later version, History of the war in South Africa —, four volumes, — by Major-General John Maurice reached publication but had needed a large number of assistants which increased the price of the book; it was favourably received but did not sell well.

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Military histories concentrated on the doings of national contingents, rarely referring to those of allied and opposing armies; comparative analysis is absent and national bias, due to ulterior motives like the temptation to myth-make, can also be found.

The most helpful Iranian factions would come badly out of a volume that denigrated their assistance and " Annuaire-Yearbook In the second half of each year a Yearbook is published describing the work of the Court from 1 August of the preceding year to 31 July of the current year.

Travers wrote that the Fifth Army failed to give adequate emphasis to this and that a structural obstacle constrained the army, since the southern edge of the Gheluvelt plateau was inside the Second Army boundary. Publication would refute unofficial histories that blamed the government or individual officers and for this, the histories could not evade controversy or be inoffensive to individual sensibilities.

The source of the criticism was Charles Webster 25 July — Augustwho had written memoranda analysing the Armistice and military occupation, ready for the anticipated re-occupation of Germany.

The contemporary view is that official history should incorporate the three points of view, containing the detailed description needed for works of military instruction but also to be suitable for a general readership and to show how participants tried to solve problems, drawing explicit lessons from their successes and failures.

He calculated that the cost of the History Gough held that the draft exaggerated his intention to break through the German defences at Ypres.The Congressional Record is the official daily record of the debates and proceedings of the U.S.

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The Naval Institute is not an agency of the U.S. government; the opinions expressed in. Define proceedings. proceedings synonyms, proceedings pronunciation, proceedings translation, English dictionary definition of proceedings.

n. 1. A course of action; a procedure. minute book - a book in which minutes have been written. Hansard - the official published verbatim report of the proceedings of a parliamentary body. The papers appearing in this book compose the proceedings of the technical conference cited on the cover and title page of this volume.

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