Old leadership lessons are still relevant


A funny thing happened to me on the way to Fort Zinderneuf, but nobody is laughing!


MAJOR Charles McMoran Wilson MC, Silver Medal of Military Valour (Italy), twice MID, knew more than most about soldiers and soldiering.

As 1st Bn Royal Fusiliers RMO on the Western Front in World War I, he treated their wounds, observed their reactions to climate and battle and was himself gassed.

As a later UK Royal College of Physicians president, he wrote and lectured on these experiences.

During World War II he was Churchill’s personal physician, chronicling the old soldier and prime minister’s personal battles with depression.

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