demobilization at the end of the war, that fall, made matters even worse.
The real crux of the situation, at the moment, was the demobilization of the Cuban army.
For there will, then, I added, be no demobilization but an armed conflict.
In September, lured by a false security, the governor ordered the demobilization of the state troops, save for two companies.
We English adopted a much more intelligent plan for our demobilization.
There were a few fellows he had known in squadron quarters overseas, home for good now that demobilization was fairly complete.
Christopher has his post still at the Censors office, and wont, Im afraid, get his demobilization for some time.
With the Armistice and the demobilization period that followed the "Y" work was rather amplified than lessened.
But gradually the fact that demobilization would take a long time was becoming a fixed idea in the girls' minds.
It was entitled “demobilization, letters concerning,” and this was followed by a long number divided up by several strokes.