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Trenchard

Hugh Montague, 1st Viscount. 1873--1956, British air marshal, who as chief of air staff (1918, 1919--27) and marshal of the RAF (1927--29) established the RAF as a fully independent service. As commissioner of the Metropolitan Police (1931--35) he founded the police college at Hendon
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The amendment also covers the Upper Llanishen Brook open space and south of Trenchard Drive.
Mike Trenchard, son of Ron, said: "We are all so proud of Dad and his achievements.
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I have described in a previous article in Folk Music journal how Cecil Sharp was introduced to William Ford at Lew Trenchard in April 1907.
Desmond added: "John Trenchard, after many adventures, eventually returns home and he literally is guided home by the candle that burns in the window.
To the relief of several oil companies attorney Robert Trenchard has taken a little time out of suing them to write a damn fine comic novel populated by a highly distinctive melange of losers rednecks schemers roughnecks killers early-peakers serial marriers and small-town stalwarts.
The labelling format of each document, including the document type, the subject, the author and the date, helped to narrow the options down until I hit on a note on war policy written for the Cabinet by Lord Trenchard on 5 September 1942.
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A "dress rehearsal" for revolution; John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon's works in eighteenth-century British America.
Hugh Trenchard, RFC commander in France, had been protesting to anyone who would listen about the quality and quantity of his aircraft.