15 DECEMBER 1944, page 13

Sir,—now That Military Service Is Universal And...

has ceased to be a distinctive figure. He is simply Everyman. The Army of today necessarily includes all sorts: religious and irre- ligious, idealists and cynics, intelligent......

Sir,—may I Suggest That " Capt. B. L. A." And

those who think with him should be invited to put their political generalisations to the scientific test of facts. Mr, Bevin's Wages Councils Bill is a fact by which they can......

Sir, —having Served In The Army As A Private For Four

and a half years I should like to say that the article "What the Soldier Thinks" in your :ssue of November 24th, in my experience, is a very fair and exact generalisation of the......

Losing The Peace

SIR,—The writer of the article "Doubts and Discontents" avoids dealing with the first conviction attributed to the soldiers of the 2nd Army— that we shall lose the peace and......

Teachers' Salaries

SIR,—E. B. George finds my remarks "misleading" and then proceeds to misquote my words, even putting an expression I never used in inverted commas. For instance, I said the new......

Continuity In Foreign Affairs

Sla,—We are now entering what will be a protracted age of conferences and congresses, in which most of the nations of the world will take part. If the present procedure is......