Army of the James

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MOIR, James Phillip (1872 - 1934), Retired List of the Regular Army

Oglethorpe, James Edward (1696-1785), army officer and founder of the colony of Georgia

‘The Army Isn’t All Work’: Physical Culture and the Evolution of the British Army, 1860–1920, by James D. Campbell

Fitzjames, James, duke of Berwick upon Tweed (1670-1734), army officer in the French service

Fraser, James Stuart, of Ardachy (1783-1869), army officer in the East India Company

Spens, James, of Wormiston, Baron Spens in the Swedish nobility (d. 1632), diplomat and army officer in the Swedish service

LAMBERT, James Drummond (1835 - 1905), Director-General, Army Veterinary Department, 1891–97; Governor of the Royal Veterinary College

O’DOWD, James Cornelius (1829 - 1903), DL; Army Purchase Commissioner from 1871; Professor of Law at the Staff College from 1896

GORDON, John James Hood (1832 - 1908), Indian Army; Colonel, 29th Punjabis; at one time Assistant Military Secretary for India at War Office, and member of the Council of India

James J. Cooke Chewing Gum, Candy Bars, and Beer: The Army PX in World War II. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. 2009. Pp. 186. $39.95

RANT, James William (1936 - 2003), a Circuit Judge, since 1984, at Central Criminal Court, since 1986; Judge Advocate General of the Army and Royal Air Force, since 1991

BRIDGES, James Whiteside (1863 - 1930), Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps; Director-General of the Canadian Medical Services, 1921–27; late Assistant Director Medical Services, 4th Divisional Area, Montreal, Canada

Sir James McGrigor. The Scalpel and the Sword: the Autobiography of the Father of Army Medicine. M. McGrigor (editor). Dalkeith: Scottish Cultural Press, 2000. 320pp. Price £14.99. ISBN 1-84017-035-2

James B. Wood. The King's Army: Warfare, Soldiers, and Society during the Wars of Religion in France, 1562–1576. (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1996. Pp. xvi, 349. $69.95

JAMES, William Warwick (1874 - 1965), Hon. Member Staff, Birmingham University; Emeritus Consultant Dental Surgeon to the Middlesex Hospital; Consulting Dental Surgeon, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children and Royal Dental Hospital (an Annual Warwick James Lecture established at Royal Dental Hospital, 1960); late Member of the Army Advisory Committee on Maxillofacial Injuries

LEE, James Paris (1831 - 1904), inventor of the Lee-Metford, Lee-Enfield, Straight Pull, and other magazine rifles; the Lee-Enfield used by the British army, and one or other of his magazine rifles has been used by the United States, Roumania, China, Denmark, Mexico, and other governments


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A force of 33,000 men led by Maj. Gen. Judah Benjamin at Bermuda Hundred, May 6–7, 1864, in conjunction with Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's Wilderness to Petersburg Campaign. The Union ...

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