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General lord Wolseley

by Charles Rathbone Low

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General Lord Wolseley (of Cairo): A Memoir Series: Unknown Year: Unknown Raiting: / 5 Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Show more. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Low, Charles Rathbone, General Lord Wolseley (of Cairo). London, Bentley, (OCoLC)

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Although he drew on the work of military theoreticians in Canada, such as MacDougall and George Taylor Denison*, this was a pragmatic staff officer’s compendium. Returning to the War Office, first as quartermaster general () and then as adjutant general (), he devoted himself to reform until interrupted by a nationalist uprising in Egypt under ʿUrabī his most brilliant campaign, Wolseley swiftly seized the Suez Canal and, after a night march, surprised and defeated ʿUrabī at Tall al-Kabīr (Sept.

13, ). The soldier's pocket-book for field service Item Preview remove-circle Wolseley, Garnet Wolseley, Viscount, n Publication date Topics yields that you might expect in a country, it is here. An incredibly useful work for a military historian, or even the general history student.

Views. 4 Favorites. The Life of Lord Wolseley. By Major-General Sir F. Maurice and Sir George Arthur. With a Foreword by General Sir R. Wingate, G.C.B.

Heinemann. 25s. not.) WREN the history of the nineteenth century is seen in its proper perspective Lord Wolseley will be universally acknow- ledged to have been the greatest military reformer of our times.

His success was a real romance. Lord Wolseley is • The Story of a Soldier's Life. By Field-Marshal Viscount Wolseley, dtc. 2 vols. London A. Constable and Co. [32s. net.] above all things a practical soldier, highly intelligent rather than intellectual, whose science of war is founded on book knowledge and buttressed by a unique experience.

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Field Marshal Edwin Noel Westby Bramall, Baron Bramall, KG, GCB, OBE, MC, JP, DL (18 December – 12 November ) was a British Army officer. He was Chief of the General Staff, the professional head of the British Army, between andand as Chief of the Defence Staff, professional head of the British Armed Forces, from to Battles/wars: Second World War.

Garnet Wolseley: The modern major-general. Field Marshal Garnet Wolseley was an influential commander with important victories in several 19th-century colonial campaigns. Because of his reforming zeal and attention to detail the phrase ‘All Sir Garnet’ came to mean everything’s in order.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.

We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections,Format: Paperback. Wolseley baronets ( creation) The Wolseley Baronetcy, of Mount Wolseley in the County of Carlow, was created in the Baronetage of Ireland on 19 January for Richard Wolseley, who sat as a member of the Irish House of Commons for Carlow.

He was. Field Marshal Garnet Joseph Wolseley, 1st Viscount Wolseley, (4th June, - 25th March, ) Garnet Joseph Wolseley was born on the 4th June, at Golden Bridge House, County Dublin, the eldest son of Major Garnet Joseph Wolseley of "the King's Own Scottish Borderers" (25th Foot) and Frances Anne Wolseley (née Smith).

Get this from a library. The life of Lord Wolseley. [Frederick Maurice, Sir; George Arthur, Sir] -- "Field Marshal Garnet Joseph Wolseley, 1st Viscount Wolseley (4 June - 25 March ) was an Anglo-Irish officer in the British Army.

He served in Burma, the Crimean War, the Indian Mutiny. Wolseley, The Ring System and Command The Sudan Campaigns Biographies The Official History Key Primary Sources Gordons Journals Orders Book and War Diary of the Desert Column Official Despatches Magazine Accounts by Military Participants Verner, Trafford and Marling Diaries Letters of Lord and Lady Wolseley The Newspapermen.

Since the reign of King Edgar the Peaceful, Sir Charles Wolseley's family have lived on the same spot. But more than a thousand years of history are coming to an end after the ancestral pile was.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Low, Charles Rathbone, General Lord Wolseley. London, R. Bentley, (OCoLC) Named Person.Sir Charles Wolseley obituary Good-humoured aristocrat and watercolourist who was dubbed the ‘bankrupt baron’ after his plans to save his family estate went awry Monday May 07am.Author of The story of a soldier's life, The Life of John Churchill Duke of Marlborough, to the accession of Queen Anne, The letters of Lord and Lady Wolseley,The decline and fall of Napoleon, Narrative of the war with China inThe American Civil War, In relief of Gordon, The soldier's pocket-book for field service.