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Military Commanders


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Commanders, Military

Severus Flavius Valerius , Illyrian military commander

Memnon (2) , of Rhodes, military commander

Calveley, Sir Hugh (d. 1394), military commander

Hawkwood, Sir John (d. 1394), military commander

Popham, Sir John (c. 1395-1463), military commander and diplomat

Willoughby, Robert, sixth Baron Willoughby (1385-1452), military commander

Intimate Strategies of the Civil War: Military Commanders and Their Wives

Schulenburg, Johann Matthias (1661 - 1747), military commander, patron, collector

Gabriel, Arnald D. (born 1925), conductor, teacher, military commander

Creating a Military Image: Lincoln as Commander in Chief

ANDREW, Leslie Wilton (1897 - 1969), idc; retd, as Commander Central Military District, NZ

Caesar [Gaius Julius Caesar] (100-44BC), politician, author, and military commander

Clinton, Edward Fiennes de, first earl of Lincoln (1512-1585), military commander

Norris [Norreys], Sir John (c. 1547x1550-1597), military commander

Military Commanders, Civilian Leaders, and Other Superiors, whether De Jure or De Facto

CASS, ) Walter Edmund Hutchinson (1876 - 1931), Commander of Field Troops and District Base Commandant 4th Military District (South Australia), 1929–31

LEGER, Jules (1913 - 1980), PC 1979; Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada, 1974–79; Chancellor and Principal Companion, Order of Canada; Chancellor and Commander, Order of Military Merit

HINE, Patrick (Bardon) (born 1932), Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, RAF Strike Command and Commander-in-Chief, United Kingdom Air Forces, 1988–91; Joint Commander, British Forces, Gulf War, 1990–91; Military Adviser to British Aerospace plc, 1992–99

 

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In theory, the emperor was supreme commander of the army, but only a few (such as Constantine V, Nikephoros II Phokas, Basil II, or the Komnenoi) personally led armies in ...

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