- Author:Archie Hunter
- Publisher:Da Capo Press (May 21, 1996)
- Pages:260 pages
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Kitchener's Sword-Arm: the Life and Campaigns of General Sir Archibald Hunter, Archie Hunter. C. Grocott, 'A Good Soldier, But a Maligned Governor: General Sir Archibald Hunter, Governor of Gibraltar 1910–1913', Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, September 2009.
Kitchener's Sword-Arm: the Life and Campaigns of General Sir Archibald Hunter, Archie Hunter. Duncan H. Doolittle, "A Soldier's Hero: The Life of General Sir Archibald Hunter," Narragansett, Rhode Island 1991. Pakenham, Thomas (1979).
Kitchener's Sword-arm book. General Hunter served under Lord Kitchener in numerous Colonial campaigns, most notably in the Sudan campaign of 1898 and the Boer War of 1899-1902.
So it was with Archibald Hunter. While many British army officers were choosing careers in India or enjoying the ease of regimental life in England, Hunter applied for and was accepted into the new Egyptian army in 1884. Over the next 15 years, Hunter earned a reputation as a brave leader and shrewd tactician. Hunter was often teamed as a junior partner to Lord Horatio Herbert Kitchener, who later became the British army commander.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hunter, Archie, 1929- Kitchener's sword-arm. Staplehurst : Spellmount, 1996 (OCoLC)605189281. Named Person: Archibald Hunter; Horatio Herbert Kitchener Kitchener, Earl; Archibald Hunter; Horatio Herbert Kitchener Kitchener, Earl; Archibald (Soldat) Hunter. Material Type: Biography. All Authors, Contributors: Archie Hunter. Find more information about: Archie Hunter. ISBN: 187337873376546. Description: xi, 260 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, facsimile, maps, portraits ; 24 cm. Responsibility: by Archie Hunter.
General Hunter served under Lord Kitchener in numerous Colonial campaigns, most notably in the Sudan campaign of 1898 and the Boer War of 1899-1902.
General Sir Archibald Hunter () was a General in the British Army who distinguished himself during the Boer Wa. "Kitchener's Sword-Arm: the Life and Campaigns of General Sir Archibald Hunter", Archie Hunter.
General Sir Archibald Hunter () was a General in the British Army who distinguished himself during the Boer War. He was Governor of Omdurman, in Sudan, and later of Gibraltar. Early life Hunter was the son of a London businessman.
HUNTER, ARCHIE (Author) Spellmount (Publisher). Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty, GCB, GCVO, DSO. Books. Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, KT, GCB, GCVO, KCIE, Commander-in-Chief, France, From December 15th 1915. Field Marshal The Viscount Alanbrooke, KG, GCB, OM, GCVO, DSO, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, 1941-1946 memorial statue appeal. Art. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.
Archie Hunter has written biographies of prominent military officers. His Kitchener's Sword-Arm: The Life and Campaigns of General Sir Archibald Hunter concerns Hunter's great-uncle, who died in 1936, and is based partly on newly discovered family papers, including a batch of personal correspondence and a diary. A Life of Sir John Eldon Gorst: Disraeli's Awkward Disciple concerns another of Hunter's relatives, a prominent Tory politician and reformer of the nineteenth century