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Harold Alexander

1891- 1969

British General

Harold Rupert Alexander was educated at Sandhurst, Britain's celebrated military academy. During World War I, he commanded a battalion on the Western front. In World War II, Alexander led the I Corps, and was the last man to leave the beach at Dunkirk. Alexander went on to command British forces in North Africa, leading them to complete victory. He commanded the invasions of both Sicily and Italy. After the capture of Rome in 1944, he became the Supreme Allied Commander of the Mediterranean.

Bibliography:

Jackson, W.G.F. Alexander of Tunis: As Military Commander. 1971. London. Batsford.