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THE ARMED FORCES

about rapid and fundamental changes under popular mandate, or whether it is efficient, judged as a military machine, is more open to question. It has in normal times a high tradition of loyalty. There can be no doubt that army organisers can claim a fair measure of success in carrying out the aim described in the army manual of education as "To develop in the soldier, loyalty, morale, and esprit de corps, and a right understanding of the cause he has elected to serve." His duty is to defend that British Empire which Sir Charles Lucas tells him in the official handbook "it is at once the interest and the duty of all Englishmen, poor as well as rich, to maintain"-tells him, moreover, under the words of the psalmist: "The lot is fallen unto me in a fair ground; yea, I have a goodly heritage."

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Conditions of recruitment in the navy and of social differentiation in most ways resemble those prevailing in the army although there is a more democratic tradition, and the ranks have a rather greater spirit of independence. Promotion from the lower deck, after being comparatively common in the eighteenth century, practically ceased in the nineteenth, but was revived in 1912. Mr. Churchill, speaking in the Commons
on March 26, 1913, said "we regard promotion from the
lower deck with possibilities of advancement to the highest ranks, as a permanent and essential feature in our naval system." Nevertheless, it cannot be regarded as playing a significant part in the recruitment of officers to-day or in the post-War period as a whole. Between 1931 and 1936 the percentage of commissions granted to the lower deck declined in the executive and engineering branches from 10•9

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