By John Wingate

What we have now, wc carry . . . can be morally indefens¬ible, however the superb place which the Royal military held throughout the 19th century assured this maxim. With I he Royal army unchallenged, Рак Britanriica existed for nigh on a century, the international locations coverage being expressed in Lord Palmerstons 3 dicta; first, the army needs to be extra robust than any combin¬ation of alternative navies; moment, no overseas energy should still command the shorelines of the English Channel; and 3rd, the continuance of the ecu stability of strength.

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