Excerpt from The Great World War, Vol. 7: A History
George Buchanan, remained always steadfast to his pledge, Stanch to the Allies, and a friend to Britain; but the younger Officers felt that the Government was deliberately trying to quench popular enthusiasm for the war; and... the rank and file, weary and discontented, were a prey to those who played on these feelings. The fighting spirit was quenched; the army was soft, though it had still a steel cap in its artillery and Shock battalions.
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