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  • the British Army and a military historian. Napoleon’s troops fought in bright fields, where every helmet caught some gleams of glory; but the British soldier
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  • Frederick E. Morgan (category British military leaders)
    Frederick Edgeworth Morgan KCB (5 February 1894 – 19 March 1967) was a British army officer in the Second World War, famous as the original planner of Operation
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  • Harold Alexander (category British military leaders)
    Tunis, (10 December 1891 – 16 June 1969) was a senior officer of the British Army who served with distinction in both World War I and World War II and
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  • William Blacker (category British military leaders)
    Lieutenant-Colonel William Blacker (1 September 1777 – 25 November 1855) was an Irish British Army officer and Member of the Royal Irish Academy. He published under a variety
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  • Richard Kemp (category British military leaders)
    1959) is a retired British Army officer who served from 1977 to 2006. He was Commander of British Forces in Afghanistan. No army in the history of warfare
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  • to British colonial rule, and founded the Indian National Army, an armed Indian nationalist force. During the Second World War he founded an army of Indian
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  • held, he was Prime Minister of South Africa and Field Marshal in the British Army. ... the Jameson Raid was the real declaration of war. Smuts on the
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  • American scout and world traveling adventurer known for his service to the British Army in colonial Africa and for teaching woodcraft to Robert Baden-Powell
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  • Colin Campbell Mitchell (category British military leaders)
    was a British Army lieutenant colonel and politician. He became famous in July 1967 when he led the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in the British reoccupation
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  • Charles Monro (category British military leaders)
    Sir Charles Monro (15 June 1860 – 7 December 1929) was a British Army general officer during the First World War and Commander-in-Chief, India for the
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  • April 1960 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a former colonel in the British Army. He is best known for his role in the Iraq War, and his inspirational
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  • Orde Charles Wingate (category British military leaders)
    Major-General Orde Charles Wingate DSO (26 February 1903 – 24 March 1944), was a British Army officer known for creating special military units in Palestine in the
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  • 1979) is a British Army soldier who, on 18 March 2005, was awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest military decoration for valour in the British and Commonwealth
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  • Recruiting Campaign, from a leaflet urging Indians to serve with the British Army in World War II. Nesselmann observes that we can, as regards the form
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  • Military (redirect Army)
    The British army has fought for the establishment of our nation, and on all these occasions it is known that the discipline which exists in that army has
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  • "I was young, had a big army, a full treasury, and I wanted to see my name in the newspapers"<--published where?--> Frederick II of Prussia (January 24
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  • in David G. Chandler & Ian Beckett (eds.) The Oxford History of the British Army (Oxford: OUP, 2003) p. 312. I have never met anyone who wasn't against
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  • lakes, the recovery of Detroit and the far West, the capture of the British army in the peninsula of Upper Canada, were the immediate fruits of his success
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  • Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (category British military leaders)
    out of them afterwards. Speaking about soldiers in the British Army, 4 November 1813 A French army is composed very differently from ours. The conscription
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  • called the British army the most brutal army. During the Second World War, the German fascist army surpassed the barbarism of the British army. No human
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