HC Deb 20 November 1917 vol 99 c1010
48. Colonel Sir CHARLES SEELY

asked the Prime Minister whether, having regard to his statement in Paris of the failure of the Higher Military Command during the present War to correctly appreciate the relative importance of the different campaigns undertaken by the Allies, he will consider the desirability of appointing a Commander-in-Chief of the whole British Army?


The answer is in the negative.