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Spenser Wilkinson (1853–1937)

Wilkinson, Henry Spenser. An English author and journalist; born in Manchester, England, May 1, 1853; died in 1937. In 1892 he spent the winter in India, traveling along the North West Frontier, visiting the camps of exercise in the Punjab, as a guest of Lord Roberts. He published many books on military subjects, among which are: ‘Citizen Soldiers’ (1884); ‘Essays on the War Game’ (1887); ‘The Command of the Sea’ (1894); ‘Lessons of the War’ (1900); ‘War and Policy’ (1900); ‘The French Army Before Napoleon’ (1915).