The Ypres League (Incorporated) 9, Baker Street, Portman Square, W.l. OBJECTS OF THE LEAGUE. Telephone Welbeck 1446. Telegrams 1 Ypresleag, Baker," London. Patron-in-Chief 1 H.M. THE KING. Patrons H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. H.R.H. Princess Beatrice. PresidentField-Marshal Lord Plumer of Messines. F.-M Viscount Allenby. Vice-Presidents 1 F.-M. Sir Claud Jacob. The Viscount Burnham. General Committee Lady Albemarle. Major J. R. Ainsworth-Davis. •Captain C. Alliston. Mrs. E. M. Barker. Lieut.-Colonel Beckles Willson. Mr. John Boughey. •Miss B. Brice-Miller. Colonel G. T. Brierley. Captain P. W. Burgess. Lieut.-General Sir Philip Chetwode. Mr. A. Copland. •Brig.-General C. Cunliffe-Owen. Major H. Cardinal-Harford. •Captain F. H. Davies. •The Earl of Ypres. Mrs. Charles E. Edwards. Major C. J. Edwards. Mr. H. A. T. Fairbank. Mr. T. Ross Furner. Sir Philip Gibbs, Mr. E. Glover. •Major C. E. Goddard. Lieut.-General Sir Charles Harington. Major-General Sir John Headlam. Mr. F. D. Banks Hill. Mr. J. Hetherington. •Captain H. D. Hyams. colonel-comdt. H. c. jackson. •Major Montague Jones. •The Hon. Alice Douglas Pennant. •Lieut.-General Sir William P. Pulteney. Lieut.-Colonel J. Murray. Sir H. Perry Robinson, Major-General C. F. Romer. Viscount Sandon. The Hon. Sir Arthur Stanley. Mr. Ernest Thompson. Captain G. Lockley Turner. •Lieut.-General Sir H. Uniacke. •Mr. E. B. Waggett. Mr. L. A. Weller. Captain J. Wilkinson. Capt. H. Trevor Williams. Executive Committee. Finance Lieut.-General Sir W. P. Pulteney. Secretary Captain G. E. de Trafford. Auditors 1 Messrs. Lepine Jackson, 6, Bond Court, E.C.4. Honorary Solicitors Messrs. Fladgate Co., 18, Pall Mall, S.W Bankers Barclays Bank, Ltd., Knightsbridge Branch. Trustees Lieut.-General Sir W. P. Pulteney. Capt. H. D. Hyams. League Representative at Ypres Captain P. D. Parminter, 19, Hue Surmont de Volsberghe. League Representative at Amiens Captain Stuart Oswald, M.C., 7, Rue Porte-Paris. I.Commemoration and Comradeship. II.The arranging of special facilities for travel and transport of members. III.The furnishing of information about the Salientmarking of historic sites and the compilation of charts of the battlefields. IV.The erection of an outstanding memorial of the Defence. V.The establishment of groups of members throughout the world, through Branch Secretaries and Corresponding Members. VI.The maintenance of cordial relations with dwellers on the battlefields of Ypres. VII.The formation of a Junior Division.


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