Leadership

CORRESPONDENCE

Issue 5 and Volume 78.

CORRESPONDENCE British Chief Compelled to Forego World Tour Through Illness (Noth—In explanation of the following letter, Chief Dyson, who was formerly commanding officer cf the fire brigades of Windsor, England, had planned visits to the principal tire departments and brigades in Algiers, Egypt, Arabia, India, Burmah, Straits Settlements, Treaty Forts of China, Japan, Canada and the United States, covering the period from March to August, 1925, when illness overtook him. lie is Chairman of the London Private Fire Brigades’ Association: vice-president of the Sational Eire Brigades’ Association; founder-member of the Grand International Council of Fire Brigades, and an honorary member of a number of foreign brigade organisations. He holds several medals cf honor from foreign countries and is a prolific writer on fire prevention Subjects-EDITOR.) To the Editor: I have called upon and seen at drill and at work the principal fire brigades of Algiers, Egypt, Arabia, India, Burmah, Straits…

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