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Review: Wehrmacht Generals, West German Society and the Debate on Rearmament, 1949–1959

Drug prescribing in hospital as experienced by general practitioners: East versus West Germany

Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing: Responses in General and in West Africa

SHORTIS, Colin Terry (born 1934), General Officer Commanding North West District, 1986–89

PRESTON, Kieran Thomas (born 1950), Director General, West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive, 1993–2014

WARD, Robin William (born 1931), Director-General, West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive, 1976–82

CROWFOOT, Anthony Bernard (1936 - 2008), General Officer Commanding North West District, 1989–91, retired

DONALD, Rob (born 1949), Director General, Centro (West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive), 1995–2006

JAMES, Stanislaus (Anthony) (1919 - 2011), Governor General of Saint Lucia, West Indies, 1988–96

EAST, Lionel William Pellew (1866 - 1918), General Staff Officer 2nd Grade West, since 1909

AGOSTINI, L. E. (1858 - 1918), KC; late Attorney-General, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies

CROMIE, Charles Francis (1858 - 1907), Consul-General for French West Africa from 1905

COUPER, Leslie (1871 - 1929), General Manager, Bank of British West Africa, Ltd; member of West African Currency Board and of Palestine Currency Board

JONES, John Joseph (1873 - 1941), MP (Lab) Silvertown Division of West Ham, 1918–40; late General Organiser National Union of General and Municipal Workers; Member of West Ham Town Council since 1904

Hepburn, Patrick George Thomas Buchan-, Baron Hailes (1901-1974), politician and governor-general of the Federation of the West Indies

104. Three Simple Low-Cost Initiatives that Doubled Das-28 Performance in a South-West District General Hospital

Alaric Searle. Wehrmacht Generals, West German Society, and the Debate on Rearmament, 1949–1959. Westport, Conn.: Praeger. 2003. Pp. xviii, 316

WEST, Edward Mark (born 1923), Deputy Director-General, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1982–86


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Father of Arthur Ripley West and owner of Ripley Towers in Charlotte Brontë's fragmentary story Ashworth. He is a ‘truculent Tory’ and veteran soldier based on the Duke of Wellington ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (19th Century).

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