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Air Chief Marshal Sir Donald Innes Hardman (1899—1982)

Air Chief Marshal Sir Frederick Rudolph William Scherger (1904—1984)

Air Chief Marshal Sir Neville Patrick McNamara (b. 1923)

Air Marshal Henry Neilson Wrigley (1892—1987)

Air Marshal Sir Alister Murray Murdoch (1912—1984)

Air Marshal Sir Colin Thomas Hannah (1914—1978)

Air Marshal Sir George Jones (1896—1992)

Air Marshal Sir James Anthony Rowland (1922—1999)

Air Marshal Sir John Patrick Joseph McCauley (1899—1989)

Air Marshal Sir Valston Eldridge Hancock (1907—1998)

Air Vice-Marshal Adrian Lindley Trevor Cole (1895—1966)

Air Vice-Marshal Alan Moorhouse Charlesworth (1903—1978)

Air Vice-Marshal Clifford McEwen (1896—1967)

Air Vice-Marshal Francis ‘Frank’ Hubert McNamara (1894—1961)

Air Vice-Marshal Francis Masson Bladin (1898—1978)

Air Vice-Marshal Joseph Eric Hewitt (1901—1985)

Air Vice-Marshal Stanley James Goble (1891—1948)

Air Vice-Marshal William Dowling Bostock (1892—1968)

Andrew Marshal (1742—1813) physician and anatomist

Augereau, Marshal P. F. C., Duc de Castiglione (1757—1816)

Dörfling, Field Marshal

Ebenezer Marshal (1772—1813) historian and Church of Scotland minister

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Field Marshal Erhard Milch (1892—1972)

Field Marshal Ernst Busch (1885—1945)

Field Marshal Erwin von Witzleben (1881—1944)

Field Marshal Fedor von Bock (1880—1945)

Field Marshal Ferdinand Schörner (1892—1973)

Field Marshal Günther von Kluge (1882—1944)

Field Marshal Hugo Sperrle (1885—1953)


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Family, earls of Pembroke and lords of Leinster, during the first half of the 13th century the most powerful noble house in Britain and Ireland, and a crucial link between ...

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