The work of clearing farms continued, two companies of M.I. being sent out daily on each flank for the purpose.
But for the moment Wauchope could spare no more troops except two companies of M.I.
The uniform did not denote the fact that its wearer was M.I.—Military Intelligence.
When the Armistice was signed officers were disconsolate for the loss of their ten minutes in the M.I. room.