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By RAYMOND A. CALLAHAN
Churchill believed any obstacle could be surmounted, while Wavell prepared for the worst. Both traits had served Britain well.
Tags: Alan Moorehead, Arakan Campaign, Arcadia Conference, Archibald Wavell, Bengal famine, Bernard Montgomery, Bill Slim, Claude Auchinleck, George Marshall, Harold Alexander, Irwin Rommel, James Wolfe, Lord Kitchener, Lord Linlithgow, Middle East, Operation Battleaxe, Orde Wingate, Raymond A. Callahan, Viceroy of India, Winston S. Churchill,
By BRADLEY P. TOLPPANEN
Wingate “lives on in the long-range penetration groups, and all these intricate and daring air and military operations.” —WSC
Tags: Abyssinia, Alan Brooke, American Air Commandos, Archibald Wavell, Bradley P. Tolppanen, Burma Campaign, Chaim Weismann, Chindits, David Ben-Gurion, East African Campaign, Gideon Force, Haile Selassie, James Wolfe, Joseph Stillwell, Louis Mountbatten, Moshe Dayan, Palestine, Quebec Conference, Reginald Wingate, Special Night Squads, T.E. Lawrence, Winston S. Churchill,