(Sir) Basil Henry, 1895–1970, English military historian and strategist.
Sir Basil Henry. 1895–1970, British military strategist and historian: he advocated the development of mechanized warfare before World War II
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(Bernd) Heinrich (Wilhelm) von [bernt hahyn-rikh vil-helm fuh n] /bɛrnt ˈhaɪn rɪx ˈvɪl hɛlm fən/ (Show IPA), 1777–1811, German poet, dramatist, and story writer. Historical Examples In 1806 Kleist had resigned his appointment and left Knigsberg. Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature, Vol. II (of 6): The Romantic School in Germany Georg Brandes The Reich […]
Alex, 1921–92, U.S. writer. William John Clifton (“Bill”) 1925–81, U.S. musician: rockabilly pioneer. Contemporary Examples One does have to wonder, of course, if Jindal and Haley would do as well had they not both been converts to Christianity. Nikki Haley and the New Racial Face of the South Tunku Varadarajan June 8, 2010 As Entertainment […]
William Frederick (“Bull”) 1882–1959, U.S. admiral. Contemporary Examples Halsey Schroeder could easily have been one of those business people. Fashion of a Certain Age New Website Halsbrook.com Caters to Mature Shoppers Robin Givhan November 3, 2012 Historical Examples If he does still better, he is given half of what he makes, as in the Halsey […]