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List Of Speakers Of The Gibraltar Parliament
... A Legislative Council, the predecessor of the parliament, was inaugurated on November 23, 1950 ... A Speaker was appointed in 1958 ...
Henry Wells (general) - Second World War - Greece and North Africa
... with an advance party of Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Blamey's I Corps staff ... Wells was made General Staff Officer, 2nd Grade (GSO2), the deputy chief of staff in charge of planning operations ... General Sir Henry Maitland Wilson—the British commander in Palestine and Transjordan—believed that I Corps' loss of transport and signal equipment ...
List Of Australian Club Members - B
... Hon Bruce Baird Sir Samuel Henry Egerton Barraclough KBE VD, Engineer Rt Hon Sir Edmund Barton GCMG QC, First Prime Minister of Australia and a founding justice of the High ... Rt Hon Sir Garfield Barwick GCMG AK, Attorney-General of Australia (1958–61), Minister for External Affairs (1961–64) and the seventh and longest serving Chief Justice of Australia (1964–81). 1964 and a judge of the International Court of Justice (1973–74) Hon Sir Thomas Bavin KCMG, 24th Premier of New South Wales ...
Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces - Commander-in-Chief, UK Land Forces
... Holders of the post have been General Sir Basil Eugster 1972-1974 General Sir Roland Gibbs 1974-1976 General Sir Edwin Bramall 1976-1978 General Sir John Archer 1978-1980 ...
List Of Old Alleynians - Military
... Brigadier Alan Douglas Campbell Clacher MBE OBE Lieutenant General Eric Goddard, Indian Army, GOC-in-C Southern Command India Air Chief Marshal Sir ... Development at the Air Ministry Major General Sir Andrew M ... General Sir Webb Gillman KCB KCMG DSO – former Chief of staff in Mesopotamia ...

Famous quotes containing the words sir and/or general:

    The first rule of venture capitalism should be Shoot the Inventor.
    Richard, Sir Storey (b. 1937)

    There is absolutely no evidence—developmental or otherwise—to support separating twins in school as a general policy. . . . The best policy seems to be no policy at all, which means that each year, you and your children need to decide what will work best for you.
    Pamela Patrick Novotny (20th century)