British Cabinet To Blame, Says "Pompey" Elliott
MELBOURNE, Monday.—The British Cabinet alone must bear the stigma for the failure of the Gallipoli enterprise, says Major-Gen. H. E. ("Pompey")
Elliott. In the next war, he told Constitutional Club members today, the advice of naval and military chiefs should be followed, and they should be free frem coercion when placing their views before Cabinet. The question of a successful invasion of Gallipoli. he said, had been very care- fully considered by the British General Staff at the War Office, and the idea had been universally condemned. He thought members of the Dominions Ministries should be actually represented on the War Council during the next war.