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  1. Major Archibald John Arthur Wavell, 2nd Earl Wavell, MC (11 May 1916 – 24 December 1953) was a British Army officer and peer. He was educated at Winchester College and succeeded his father as Earl Wavell and Viscount Keren of Eritrea in 1950.

  2. During the Second World War, Field Marshal Sir Archibald Wavell fought a flexible and wide-ranging campaign against the Italians in North Africa. His remarkable triumph over their vastly superior forces was Britain’s first success of the war and paved the way for later victories.

  3. Archibald Percival Wavell, 1º Conde de Wavell GCB GCSI GCIE CMG MC KStJ PC ( Colchester, Essex, 5 de maio de 1883 – Westminster, Londres, 24 de maio de 1950) foi um oficial inglês de alta patente do exército britânico .

  4. After serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Black Watch in the Rhineland in 1920-21, Wavell spent five years in the adjutant general’s and operations sections at the War Office. Field Marshal Archibald Wavell arrives in Dutch Indonesia to take command of the short-lived ABDA military partnership.

  5. An eventful WW1 had also seen Wavell married in 1915 to Eugenie Marie Quirk, a marriage bestowing four children including another Archibald Wavell (1916-53), the 2nd Earl, who followed his father as an Army officer and peer but was sadly killed during the Kenya Emergency in 1953 aged just 37.

  6. Archibald John Arthur Wavell, 2nd Earl Wavell, MC (11 May 1916 – 24 December 1953) was a British Army officer and peer. He was educated at Winchester College and succeeded his father as Earl Wavell and Viscount Keren of Eritrea in 1950.

  7. 22 de jul. de 2021 · Archibald Percival Wavell (1883-1950) is an enigmatic figure among Churchill’s senior military men during the Second World War. Unlike Brooke, Alexander and Montgomery, who rose to the top during the war, Wavell was one of the British Army’s most senior generals when it began.