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Alanbrooke

Alan Francis Brooke, 1st Viscount. 1883--1963, British field marshal; chief of Imperial General Staff (1941--46)
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The store in Alanbrooke Park in the Castlereagh area of East Belfast was targeted between 6.
Field Marshall Lord Alanbrooke, one of Eisenhower's most dogged critics, confessed to his diary, "Ike made a wonderful speech and impressed all the hearers in the Guildhall including the Cabinet .
The Women of World War Two memorial was defaced with graffiti reading "F*** Tory scum", and protesters scaled statues of Field Marshals Alanbrooke and Slim while chanting "Tory scum".
Even the chairman of the chiefs of staff committee, Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke, gave the Dieppe Raid just fleeting remarks in his diary.
Over the last five years a consensus has developed that Britain is not very good at making strategy, and that this represents a fall from grace for a generation inclined to cite Churchill and Alanbrooke as evidence that once it was.
On October 17, Montgomery informed Field Marshall Lord Alanbrooke, chief of the Imperial General Staff, that he felt Polish para brigades had "fought very badly" at Arnhem and that he did not want them under his command, according to King's College London's Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives.
Police discovered the drugs on January 9 from a container at Alanbrooke Industrial Estate in Topcliffe, near Thirsk, North Yorkshire.
Police seized the drugs on January 9 from a container at Alanbrooke Industrial Estate in Topcliffe, near Thirsk.
While some of the diarists, such as Lord Alanbrooke or Vera Brittain, remain famous others have been left behind by the march of time.
There is little evidence that Alanbrooke recognized the importance of the Battle of the Atlantic or tried in any way to recommend action to ensure that the "air gap" was closed in 1942 or later.
Rather than being fully immersive as one might imagine the experience of combat, Bloch and Alanbrooke appear to have constructed a state of quasi-participation.