Currie, Sir Arthur William (1875-1933), a Canadian army officer and educator. During World War I, he rose from lieutenant colonel of militia to lieutenant general in command of all Canadian forces in Europe.
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Lawrence, T. E. (Thomas Edward) (1888-1935), a British soldier and writer known as "Lawrence of Arabia." The Seven Pillars of Wisdom is his account of his adventures and ideas as leader of the Arabs in their successful revolt against Turkey in World War I.
Beatty of the North Sea and of Brooksby, David Beatty, First Earl (1871-1936), a British naval officer.