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  1. Field Marshal Philip Walhouse Chetwode, 1st Baron Chetwode, 7th Baronet of Oakley, GCB, OM, GCSI, KCMG, DSO, GCStJ (21 September 1869 – 6 July 1950), was a senior British Army officer. He saw action during the Second Boer War, during which he was present at the Siege of Ladysmith in December 1899.

  2. Sir Philip Walhouse Chetwode (1869-1950) served as a cavalry commander during World War One on both Western and (more effectively) Palestine Fronts. Sponsored Links. Chetwode's early service was in Burma and he subsequently saw action during the South African War (1899-1902).

  3. General Philip Walhouse Chetwode GCB, KCMG, DSO. Unit: Commanding London Mounted Brigade, attached (as GOC) to 2nd Cavalry Division and then to Desert Mounted Corps and XX Corps. Death: 06 July 1950.

  4. The Column was commanded by Lieutenant General Philip W. Chetwode and formed part of Eastern Force. When Chetwode took command of Eastern Force after the Second Battle of Gaza, Harry Chauvel took command and oversaw the expansion of the column to three divisions.

  5. Allenby ultimately settled on a plan devised by one of his most competent officers, Lt. Gen. Philip Chetwode, which called for an attack on Beersheba at the other end of the Ottoman line. Beersheba itself was an ancient but otherwise unremarkable desert town at the foot of the Judean Hills.

  6. 13 de nov. de 2017 · To prevent such a withdrawal, Allenby intended for Lieutenant General Philip Chetwode's XX Corps to advance on XXI Corps' right to block the passes in the valley. Commencing their attack a day earlier, it was hoped that XX Corps' efforts would draw Ottoman troops east and away from XXI Corps' line of advance.

  7. This included placing Lieutenant General Philip Chetwode in command of XX Corps, at the same time renaming the Desert Column to the Desert Mounted Corps and placing it under the command of Harry Chauvel.