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unable to accept the proposals of Lord Kitchener for the re-
adjustment of relations between the Army head-quarters and
the Military Department of the Government. The Viceroy
considered that the proposed changes menaced the supremacy
of the civil authority; and, as he failed to obtain the support
of the Home Government, he resigned office in August, I905.
Lord He was succeeded by the Earl of Minto, the grandson of a
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