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                  the Drocourt–Quéant Line. Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur William
                  until an accord was reached in 1918. He enjoyed a close professional relationship with several senior Canadian commanders, including Turner and Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur William
                  , and Newcombe, to which he had transferred his articles, under the supervision of Arthur Drysdale. He was well established in Halifax when, in 1892, he married the daughter of a Presbyterian minister
                  . probably 18 Aug. 1857 at Agra, India, youngest of at least three children of William Glen and Eliza Harriet Davis; m. c. 1900 Richard W. C. Broder (d. 11 Sept
                  William Currie, commander of the Canadian Corps. At the second meeting of the war cabinet Borden gave an
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