The History of Leith

September 10, 2006

He was a national hero, not a donkey

Earl Haig stands accused of mass slaughter and executing innocents. How unfair, says his son, who leads the defence.

George, the second Earl Haig, remembers when he realised that his father Douglas, the first earl — commander in chief of the British Army in the first world war — might be a controversial figure. for more click here

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