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Excerpt from British Railways and the Great War, Vol. 1: Organisation, Efforts, Difficulties and Achievements
On the announcement being made in the House of Commons in july, 1916, that the Government had arranged 'for the writing of an official history of the war, the Author revived the question'as to a history of the part that British Railways were taking in the war, and facilities were then afforded to him for the making of the necessary researches and for the collection of the essential information, a certain amount of which, however, as regarded the earlier preparations of the British railways for war, in accordance with the dictates of ordinary State policy, had already been given by him in The Rise of rail-power.
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