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high command


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high command

German High Command

German High Command

Allied High Command

Allied High Command

U.S. High Command

U.S. High Command

High Command in the Desert

The Federal High Command at Spotsylvania

Review: Prisoners of War and the German High Command: The British and American Experience

“ A FOOLISH ENCROACHMENT UPON THE ALLIED HIGH COMMAND ”? AMERICAN JEWISH PERSPECTIVES ON REQUESTING U.S.MILITRY INTERVENTION AGAINST THE HOLOCAUST

Vasilis Vourkoutiotis. Prisoners of War and the German High Command: The British and American Experience. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2003. Pp. xi, 266. $69.95

The Enemy among Us: pows in Missouri during World War II, Prisoners of War and the German High Command: The British and American Experience. By Vasilis Vourkoutiotis. (New York: Palgrave, 2003. xii, 266 pp. $69.95, ISBN 1-4039-1169- X.)

The War within the Union High Command: Politics and Generalship during the Civil War. By Thomas J. Goss. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2003. xx, 300 pp. $34.95, ISBN 0-7006-1263-7.)

No Band of Brothers: Problems in the Rebel High Command. By Steven E. Woodworth. Columbia: University of Missouri Press and Taken at the Flood: Robert E. Lee and Confederate Strategy in the Maryland Campaign of 1862. By Joseph L. Harsh. Kent: Kent State University Press

Hay, William Montagu (1826 - 1911), DL, Hereditary Chamberlain of Dunfermline; Lord High Commissioner to General Assembly of Church of Scotland, 1889–92, 1896–97; [William de Haya was Butler to Malcolm IV and William the Lion; 1st Baron’s father was Ambassador to England from Robert III and the Regent, Duke of Albany; 2nd Baron fell at Flodden, 1513; 4th Baron was captured at Pinkie, 1547; 1st Earl of Tweeddale commanded a regiment for Charles I; 1st Marquis became Lord Chancellor of Scotland after the Revolution; 2nd Marquis likewise in 1704; 4th Marquis held the last appointment as Extraordinary Lord of Session; 8th Marquis served in the Peninsular War, was present at the battle of Vittoria (gold medal), and at Busaco, where he was wounded, 1810; became Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Madras]

 

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The commander in chief and associated senior staff of an army, navy, or air force.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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