Just lifted the quote below from Laband's essay that Springbok posted up yesterday on AZW authors.
" Sir Garnet Wolseley who wrote in his diary after hauling the officers of the 2/21st Regiment over the coals: ‘I have made enemies of them for life, but I felt bound to say what I did in the interests of the army’. "
A. Preston (ed.), The South African Journal of Sir Garnet Wolseley 1879-1880 (1973), p. 216: 21 January 1880
Anyone know what this is about, or if the publication above is easily accessible ?