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He 'alone divined my perplexity in this strange new world', Swinton wrote, 'and, figuratively speaking, took me by the hand, as the senior subaltern of a regiment does to the last joined. He told me what was done and how to do it, and what was not done. ' 62 In due course, Swinton was elected dean of degrees, and carried out his ceremonial functions with delight. 'One of my regrets in leaving London', Swinton admitted, 'had been that Oxford was too far away for me to use my Club - the United Services - very often.
The new statute provided that the professor of military history should lecture and give instruction, 'with special reference to the conditions of modern warfare'. 26 The appointment to the chair was not to be a permanent one, but would be of five years duration from the date of the election, with the provision that the holder could then be re-elected. As in the case of other Oxford chairs, the statute established a board of electors. Such boards are permanently in being, with vacancies filled as needed, so that they cannot be biased in favour of any particular candidate when an election has to take place.
23 Two days after the meeting, Sir William Anson wrote to the vice chancellor making the formal proposal to the University. 'We think that this subject is too important in itself, and to the University in its relation to the War Office,' Anson wrote, 'to be dealt with either by a College tutor engaged in other historical work or by a non- John B. Hattendorf 15 resident who would come to Oxford for a time limited by the bare requirements of his lectures. ' 24 On 8 March 1909, the Hebdomadal Council considered Anson's letter and it agreed to accept the proposal of All Souls.