August 1937

After Thirty Seven Years

Volume 21, Issue 3

Two old and friendly organizations meet again on the same battle front. They are the second Battalion of the Royal Welch Fusiliers and the U. S. Marines who, in 1900, participated jointly in the Relief Expedition of China. The Fusiliers were ordered from the British garrison at Hong Kong last month while the Marines were already stationed in Shanghai. However, missing are the Commanders of the days of 1900-Colonel Bertie and Captain Gwynn-of the Fusiliers whose place is taken by Colonel Hewitt; and of the U. S. Marines. Colonel Waller, whose place is taken by General Beaumont.

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