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Orde Wingate and the British Army, 1922-1944

Anglim, S. (2010) Orde Wingate and the British Army, 1922-1944. Warfare, Society and Culture. Chatto and Pickering, London, UK, pp300. ISBN 9781848930049

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Major General Orde Wingate (1903–44) was the most controversial British military commander of the Second World War, due to his idiosynchratic leadership style, which led some to question his sanity, and his fiercely pro-Zionist stance. More than sixty years after his death he still splits opinion amongst soldiers, academics and writers.

Item Type:Book
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Politics, Economics and International Relations > Politics and International Relations
ID Code:6604
Publisher:Chatto and Pickering

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