Person    | Male  Born 11/9/1898  Died 25/10/1979

Field Marshal Sir Gerald Templer

Categories: Armed Forces

Born Colchester. Fought in both world wars. Chief of the Imperial General Staff 1955–8. Chief military adviser during the Suez Crisis. Colonel of the Royal Horse Guards from 1963 and Colonel of the Blues and Royals from 1969. Died Chelsea.

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Field Marshal Sir Gerald Templer

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Hyde Park Barracks - 1970

This plaque was unveiled by Field Marshal Sir Gerald Templer KG and Admiral o...

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