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Victorian army and the Staff College, 1854-1914.

Brian Bond

Victorian army and the Staff College, 1854-1914.

by Brian Bond

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Published by Eyre Methuen in London .
Written in English


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Victorian Army and the Staff College Brian Bond From reader reviews: John Armstead: The book Routledge Library Editions: Military and Naval History: The Victorian Army and the Staff College has a lot of information on it. So when you make sure to read this book you can get a . This book follows the intense controversy from to the present, and concludes that historians are at last permitting the First World War to be placed in proper perspective."--Jacket Victorian military campaigns by Brian Bond (Book) 18 editions published The Victorian Army and the Staff College, by Brian Bond.

Early life. Rawlinson was born in Westminster, London. His father, Sir Henry Rawlinson, 1st Baronet, was an Army officer, and a renowned Middle East scholar who is generally recognised as the father of received his early formal education at Eton College.. Military career. After passing through commissioned officer training at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Rawlinson. The opening chapter of Brian Bond's The Victorian Army and the Staff College (London, ) shows how parochial this professionalism was- and remained. Imperial service was not conducive to the growth of a staff or a staff college- both of them European in origin and Eurocentric in doctrine.

This book is a detailed study of the domestic background of life in the Victorian army. It describes the lives of women who lived on the edge of the regimental community as wives, daughters, prostitutes, lovers and workers. It examines the development of policy on marriage of men in the ranks and discusses the links between the military regulation of marriage and Victorian legislation on. Abstract. Two distinct ‘strands’ of discipline and officer-man relations coexisted in the prewar British army. The previous chapter discussed the Regular strand but here, using a similar approach, the focus is on the Auxiliary forces, which consisted of Yeomanry (cavalry) and Volunteer (from Territorial) infantry and artillery units.


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Principal Events Affecting Army Organization and the Staff College 2. Principal Official Inquiries Concerning Officer Education and the Staff College 3.

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Although the book concentrates on a single institution, it illuminates a much wider area of social and intellectual change. For the Army the importance of the change was enormous: in there was neither a Staff College nor a General Staff, and professional education and.

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Tags (0) Lists (0). of the Staff College have been expertly assessed by Brian Bond, The Victorian Army and the Staff College, (). A more detailed evaluation of the late 'fifties could be provided by Dr James Provan's projected biography of Sidney Herbert. The principal reforms of the late Victorian Army were those undertaken.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bond, Brian. Victorian Army and the Staff College, London, Eyre Methuen Ltd, The Victorian Army and the Staff College, 7. A History of Firearms from earliest times to 8.

The fortress in the age of Vauban and Frederick the Great, 9. Could anybody please tell me - what were the requirements for officers to go to British Armys Staff College at Camberley.

and also what did they do there. what was the prestige attached to it. Thanking you in advance Annie.

Bond, The Victorian Army and the Staff College –, pp. 3,; Karl Demeter, The German Officer-Corps in Society and State –, (London,Weidenfeld & Nicholson), pp. –5 Google Scholar. books based on 18 votes: Mr.

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Flogging followed it out of the army, its use ending completely in 2. Good Conduct Pay Officers of the 72nd Foot (the Duke of Albany’s own Highlanders), s. As this range of punishments highlights, discipline in the early Victorian army focused on punishing bad behaviour rather than rewarding good behaviour.

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2: Antwerp, La Bassée, Armentières, Messines, and Ypres October–November (London: Macmillan, ), pp. –7; Brian Bond, The Victorian army and the Staff College, – (London: Eyre Methuen, ), p. It is worth noting that.