Harington Won't Demand Evacuation
|←Toronto Star||Harington Won't Demand Evacuation (1922)
|A newspaper article for the Toronto Star that was published October 2, 1922|
Constantinople. British general headquarters here today issued a denial of a report origiating in England that General Harington would demand the evacuation of the shores of the Dardanelles by Turkish troops within twenty-four hours. That question, it was stated, would be discussed at Mudania.
The Allied generals will leave for Mudania tonight. The are General Harington for Great Britain, General Sharpi for France and General Membelli for Italy.