Yahoo Search Busca da Web

Resultado da Busca

  1. Brooke, Alan Francis, first Viscount Alanbrooke (1883–1963), army officer, was born at Bagnères de Bigorre, France, on 23 July 1883, the ninth and youngest child and sixth son of Sir Victor Alexander Brooke, third baronet (1843–1891), of Colebrooke in co. Fermanagh, and his wife, Alice Sophia Bellingham (d. 1920), second daughter of Sir Alan Edward Bellingham, third baronet, of Castle ...

  2. War Diaries 1939 1945. For most of the Second World War, General Sir Alan Brooke (1883–1963), later Field Marshal Lord Alanbrooke, was Britain's Chief of the Imperial General Staff (CIGS) and Winston Churchill's principal military adviser, and antagonist, in the inner councils of war. He is commonly considered the greatest CIGS in the history ...

  3. Alan Francis Brooke was born in Bagnères-de-Bigorre in France to Victor Brooke of Ulster, a wealthy Northern Irish man. After education in France, he attended Royal Military Academy in Woolwich, England, and graduated as an artillery officer. He served in Ireland and India, then with the Royal Artillery he served in France during WW1.

  4. 3 de jun. de 2015 · Alan Francis Brooke 1 served for five years as Chief of the Imperial General Staff. Britain’s highest-ranking army officer, he was the closest military adviser to Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill. Accordingly, in the late Fifties, when he published his World War II diaries, The Turn of the Tide and Triumph in the West, they were something ...

  5. 21 de mar. de 2022 · "For most of the Second World War, General Sir Alan Brooke (1883-1963), later Field Marshall Lord Alanbrooke, was Britain's Chief of the Imperial General Staff (CIGS) and Winston Churchill's principal military adviser, and antagonist, in the inner councils of war. He is commonly considered the greatest CIGS in the history of the British Army.

  6. Alan Brooke, 1. Viscount Alanbrooke. Alan Francis Brooke, primer vizconde Alanbrooke ( Bagnères-de-Bigorre, Francia; 23 de julio de 1883- Hartley Wintney, Hampshire; 17 de junio de 1963), fue un militar británico, jefe del Estado Mayor durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial ascendido a mariscal de campo en 1944.

  7. Há 5 dias · In this special broadcast, Field Marshal Alanbrooke answers questions from Lt Gen Sir Brian Horrocks, Hugh Trevor-Roper and Cyril Ray about his recollections of Churchill.