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Field Marshal Douglas Haig reviewing Canadian troops, Drocourt-Queant, 31 August 1918, (1926)
Field Marshal Douglas Haig reviewing Canadian troops, Drocourt-Queant, 31 August 1918, (1926)
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Studies of Generals Plumer and Haig for 'General Officers of World War I"
Studies of Generals Plumer and Haig for "General Officers of World War I"
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Rolls - Royce Silver Ghost Staff Car, Sir Douglas Haig. Creator: Unknown
Rolls - Royce Silver Ghost Staff Car, Sir Douglas Haig. Creator: Unknown
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Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, K.C.B., late 19th century-early 20th century, (c1920)
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, K.C.B., late 19th century-early 20th century, (c1920)
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On their Way to Battle, First World War, c1916, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
On their Way to Battle, First World War, c1916, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
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Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig...., late 19th century-early 20th century, (c1920)
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig...., late 19th century-early 20th century, (c1920)
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The Hour Has Struck. British First Line of Attack in the Great Push , 1917
The Hour Has Struck. British First Line of Attack in the Great Push , 1917
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General Sir Douglas Haig, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., 1916. Creator: Unknown
General Sir Douglas Haig, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., 1916. Creator: Unknown
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Large Scale Map of the Area of Victory in the Great Push of 1916, 1917
Large Scale Map of the Area of Victory in the Great Push of 1916, 1917
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Earl Haigs coffin being carried from the house where he died, London, 29 January 1928, (1935)
Earl Haigs coffin being carried from the house where he died, London, 29 January 1928, (1935)
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With General Diaz and Field-Marshal Haig, 1919, (1945). Creator: Unknown
With General Diaz and Field-Marshal Haig, 1919, (1945). Creator: Unknown
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Colonial Troops March Through London, 1919, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Colonial Troops March Through London, 1919, (1945). Creator: Unknown
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Colonial Troops March Through London, 1919, (1945). Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Colonial Troops March Through London, 1919, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Colonial Troops March Through London, 1919, (1945). British politician and statesman Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) watching a parade at the end of the First World War. He is flanked by Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig and Field Marshal Herbert Plumer. Behind are King George V (saluting) and Queen Mary, the Prince of Wales (future King Edward VIII) and Queen Alexandra. Churchill was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, and again from 1951 to 1955. From "The Life and Times of Winston Churchill", by Malcolm Thomson. [Odhams Press Limited, London]

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Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, British soldier, c1920. Artist: HW Barnett
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, British soldier, c1920. Artist: HW Barnett
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Field Marshal Earl Haig arriving at Cologne, Germany, c1919-c1920. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
Field Marshal Earl Haig arriving at Cologne, Germany, c1919-c1920. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
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Sir Douglas Haig inspecting sailors, World War I, 1918.Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
Sir Douglas Haig inspecting sailors, World War I, 1918.Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
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Lieutenant General Sir Douglas Haig, British soldier, First World War, 1914.Artist: John Saint-Helier Lander
Lieutenant General Sir Douglas Haig, British soldier, First World War, 1914.Artist: John Saint-Helier Lander
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Sir Douglas Haig emphasises a point at the front, France, First World War, 1916-1918, (c1920)
Sir Douglas Haig emphasises a point at the front, France, First World War, 1916-1918, (c1920)
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Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, British field marshal, 1926.Artist: Alick P F Ritchie
Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, British field marshal, 1926.Artist: Alick P F Ritchie
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Douglas Haig, British First World War general, 1914
Douglas Haig, British First World War general, 1914
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Field Marshal Douglas Haig, British soldier and senior commander during World War I, (1926)
Field Marshal Douglas Haig, British soldier and senior commander during World War I, (1926)
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Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig during the victory parade, Paris, France, 14 July 1919
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig during the victory parade, Paris, France, 14 July 1919
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The four Allied commanders, Chateau Bombon, France, 1918
The four Allied commanders, Chateau Bombon, France, 1918
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Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig of Bermersyde, Scottish-born British soldier, 1917
Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig of Bermersyde, Scottish-born British soldier, 1917
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Douglas Haig, Scottish-born British soldier, 1916
Douglas Haig, Scottish-born British soldier, 1916
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Field Marshal Douglas Haig, British soldier and senior commander during World War I, (1926) Featured Image

Field Marshal Douglas Haig, British soldier and senior commander during World War I, (1926)

Field Marshal Douglas Haig, British soldier and senior commander during World War I, (1926). Haig (1861-1928) was commander of the 1st Army Corps of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) at the outbreak of the war. His troops fought with distinction at Mons and the First Battle of Ypres. In 1915 Haig was promoted to Commander in Chief of the BEF, a post he held until the end of the war. His conduct of the war on the Western Front was controversial. On the one hand, his pursuit of a strategy of attrition and planning of offensives which ultimately made minimal territorial gains at the cost of massive casualties, as at the Somme (1916) and Passchendaele (1917), earned him the nickname Butcher Haig'. General John J Pershing, commander of the US army in France, described Haig as the man who won the war, however. He was made a Field Marshal in 1917, and after the war served as Commander-in-Chief of Home Forces until 1921

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