Chapter 12 THE REAL WINGATE We have surely , in the last five chapters ,
demolished the picture of Wingate painted by the official historians ; it remains to
replace it with a truer record . Orde Wingate ' s lineage and early life were no
Author: Peter Mead
Publisher: Merlin Books Limited
Category: World War, 1939-1945
Orde Wingate blev kendt under 2. verdenskrig, som skaberen og lederen af "The Chindits", der i junglen opererede langt bag japanernes linjer i det nordlige Burma. Engelske efterkrigstids historikere har været meget kritiske i deres bedømmelse af Wingate. Forfatteren går i sin bog imod den kritik, som han finder både uretfærdig og vildledende.
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Author: Simon Anglim
Beskrivelse af de britiske og jødiske modforholdsregler mod arabiske oprørere i Palæstina 1937 - 1939, herunder oprettelse af britiske anti - terrorenheder og den indflydelse Orde Wingate i øvrigt havde på det israelske forsvars doktriner efter staten Israels oprettelse
On 19 July 1940, British General Orde Wingate. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty
Images) mixed, in part because of Wingate's untimely death in a plane crash on
24 March 1944 near Imphal in India. Despite his extreme opinions, eccentricity, ...
Author: Spencer C. Tucker
Designed with the more visual needs of today's student in mind, this landmark encyclopedia covers the entire scope of the Second World War, from its earliest roots to its continuing impact on global politics and human society. Over 1,000 illustrations, maps, and primary source materials enhance the text and make history come alive for students and faculty alike. ABC-CLIO's World War II: A Student Encyclopedia captures the monumental sweep of the "Big One" with accessible scholarship, a student-friendly, image-rich design, and a variety of tools specifically crafted for the novice researcher. For teachers and curriculum specialists, it is a thoroughly contemporary and authoritative work with everything they need to enrich their syllabi and meet state and national standards. Ranging from the conflict's historic origins to VJ Day and beyond, it brings all aspects of the war vividly to life—its origins in the rubble of World War I, its inevitable outbreak, its succession of tumultuous battles and unforgettable personalities. Students will understand what the war meant to the leaders, the soldiers, and everyday families on home fronts around the world. Featured essays look at Pearl Harbor, the Holocaust, the atomic bomb, and other crucial events, as well as fascinating topics such as signals intelligence and the role of women in war. A separate primary source volume provides essential source material for homework, test preparation or special projects. With a wealth of new information and new ideas about the war's causes, course, and consequences, World War II will be the first place students turn for the who, what, when, where, and—more importantly—the why, behind this historic conflict. 950 A–Z entries, including lengthy biographies of individuals, studies of battles, details of weapons systems, and analyses of wartime conferences—all of the topics students look for, and teachers and educators need to have for their classes Over 270 contributors, including an unprecedented number of non-U.S. authorities, many from Japan and China, giving students a truly global understanding of the war An inviting design incorporating 600 photographs, including contemporaneous images of individuals, scenes from the front lines, posters, and weapon technologies A separate primary source volume offering a wide array of materials ranging from official documents to personal correspondence An early section of 70 detailed geopolitical and military maps, show students the basic sweep of the war
Author: British Museum. Dept. of Printed BooksPublish On: 1969
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Orde Wingate ( U.S. Air Force photograph ) arranged for his operations section to
travel with Stilwell's field headquarters in the forthcoming drive on Myitkyina , the
key to the Japanese position in northern Burma . 22 GALAHAD Plans for a ...
The exploits of the Kachin levies are explored vividly in this book . 2. Christopher
Sykes , Orde Wingate : A Biography ( New York : World Publishing Co. , 1959 ) ,
432 . 3. William Slim , 1st Viscount Slim , Defeat Into Victory ( New York : David ...
Trevor Royle is an author and broadcaster specialising in the history of war and empire, with more than 30 books to his credit. His latest book is The Road to Bosworth, a study of the War of the Roses.
Author: Trevor Royle
Publisher: Pen and Sword
Winston Churchill described Wingate as a man of genius who might well have become a man of destiny. Tragically, he died in an jungle aircraft crash in 1944. Like his famous kinsman Lawrence of Arabia, Wingate was renowned for being an unorthodox soldier, inclined to reject received patterns of military thought. He was a fundamentalist Christian with a biblical certainty in himself and his mission. He is best-remembered as the charismatic and abrasive leader of the Chindits. With the support of Wavell, he was responsible for a strategy of using independent groups deep behind enemy limes, supported only by air drops. Wingate was responsible for leading the charge of 2,000 Ethiopians and the Sudan Defence Force into Italian-occupied Abyssinia. Remarkably, he defeated a 40,000 strong enemy that was supported by aircraft and artillery, which Wingate did not possess. Despite his achievements, Wingate suffered from illness and depression and in Cairo attempted suicide. He was not universally liked: his romantic Zionism contrasted with the traditional British Arabist notions. He did, however, lead from the front and marched, ate and slept with his men. In this authoritative biography, Royle expertly brings to life a ruthless, complex, arrogant but ultimately admirable general. Trevor Royle is an author and broadcaster specialising in the history of war and empire, with more than 30 books to his credit. His latest book is The Road to Bosworth, a study of the War of the Roses. He is a columnist for the Sunday Herald and is an Honorary Fellow at Edinburgh Universitys School of History. He was born in India in 1945.
He bases his work on a major study of Wingates official and private papers, and those of his contemporaries, and he aims to provide the definitive guide to Wingate as a military commander."--Publisher's information.
Author: Simon Anglim
Major General Orde Wingate (1903-1944) was the most controversial British military commander of the Second World War, and perhaps of the last hundred years. He splits opinion among soldiers, academics and writers seven decades after his death. His exploits in Ethiopia and Burma, in particular his creation of the Chindits, special forces who were trained to use guerrilla tactics behind the Japanese lines, have made him into a key figure in the history of irregular warfare. But, as Simon Anglim reveals in this thought-provoking and insightful study, myths and misunderstandings tend to cloud understanding of Wingate's career, and he seeks to put the record straight. He bases his work on a major study of Wingate's official and private papers, and those of his contemporaries, and he aims to provide the definitive guide to Wingate as a military commander.
Author: Survey of Contemporary LiteraturePublish On: 1971
ORDE WINGATE Author : Christopher Sykes ( 1907 - ) Publisher : The World
Publishing Company ( Cleveland and New York ) . Illustrated . 575 pp . $ 6 Type
of work : Biography Time : 1903 - 1944 Locale : England and various theaters of
Wingate, Sandford, the Patriots and the Part They Played in the Liberation of
Ethiopia David Shireff ... This was Orde Wingate ' s ' Cousin Rex ' , his father ' s
first cousin , to whom appeal was often made in Orde Wingate ' s military career
Author: David Shireff
Publisher: Pen & Sword
This is the story of two remarkable 'firsts'. It is the story of the first successful attempt by Allied forces during the Second World War to support and sustain a local resistance movement with regular forces in enemy-held territory. It is also the story of how Ethiopia became the first nation conquered by the Axis to be freed. The campaign in Ethiopia might appear small in relation to the war in the whole of East Africa, but it had great military importance. In 1941 the British Commonwealth, the Indian and Sudanese forces, with the Patriots - local chiefs and their followers who resisted the Italian occupation - advanced into Italian East Africa and defeated the Italian armies. David Shireff, who himself served in the campaign, gives an evocative and impressive account of how Colonel Orde Wingate with his Gideon Force was able through bold and imaginative command to force the surrender of a large part of the Italian forces. Shireff also explores the role of Brigadier Daniel Sandford, now an almost forgotten commander, in organizing his Mission 101 and the sustained rebellion of the Patriots. AUTHOR: David Shireff served in the King's African Rifles in Abyssinia, Madagascar and Burma. Awarded the Military Cross and Mentioned in Despatches he was in the Colonial Service before becoming a solicitor. He retired in 1991 and died in 1999. SELLING POINTS: * Definitive accounts of the liberation of Ethiopia from the Italians and reinstatement of Emperior Haile Selassie. * Colonel Orde Wingate (later the Chindit founder) and his Gideon Force have considerable appeal. * Reveals the role played by Brigadier Daniel Sandford in achieving the Patriots' rebellion. ILLUSTRATIONS: 8 pages of b/w plates
Author: Sara Schachter, Sol ScharfsteinPublish On: 1984
Special Night Squads , led by Charles Orde Wingate , a British military officer
who was a friend of the Jewish cause , raided Arab terrorist bases and defended
Jewish settlements on the remote borders of the country . Night squad on patrol .
This book covers Wingate's experiences in pre-war Palestine, in Ethiopia in 1941 (where he formed an irregular guerrilla unit to harrass the Italian garrisons) and in World War II Burma, where the two Chindit campaigns would be his ...
Author: Jon Diamond
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Orde Wingate rose to fame by creating the Chindits in Burma in 1943. He is an extremely important figure in military history, and deserves just as much attention as Alanbrooke, Montgomery, and Auchinleck. Unlike them, however, he always operated outside the accepted etiquette and the formal chain of command. He was a maverick and misfit, and he held to the belief that the type of mass warfare demonstrated on the Western Front (1914–18) had very little to do with the warfare of the future. He believed that the latter would require an 'indirect approach', in which heavily lumbering armies would be exquisitely vulnerable to small groups of highly motivated, mobile and well-armed guerrillas. This book covers Wingate's experiences in pre-war Palestine, in Ethiopia in 1941 (where he formed an irregular guerrilla unit to harrass the Italian garrisons) and in World War II Burma, where the two Chindit campaigns would be his apotheosis.
3 ORDE WINGATE William Wingate , Orde's grandfather , was the eldest son of a
well - known Glasgow merchant . At the age of twenty - one he entered his
father's business . His prospects in life were brilliant , and he joined with zest in
Orde Wingate was my neighbor in JeruREAD with deep interest Tosca Fyvel's
memoir of Orde Wingate in COMMENTARY [ February 1951 ) , in which he
mentions Wingate's role in devising what later became famous as " commando
TRAINING " I ' ll make any man who ' s fit a jungle fighter of coping with the best
the Japanese have got " • Orde Wingate The ability to train his command is one of
the foremost attributes required of a military commander , be it the training of an ...
This bibliography is a compilation of approximately 3500 English-language works by and about the major political leaders and military figures of the Second World War. The bibliography is intended to aid librarians in answering reference questions concerning what works are available on a certain individual; to aid graduate and undergraduate students in researching potential historical topics; and to aid the general reader in choosing a good biography of a particular individual.
Author: Society for Army Historical Research (London, England)Publish On: 2006
Africa was ' a certain Captain OC Wingate . . . a much more virile and solidly
based Lawrence , but with much the ... When Wingate met with the new CIGS ,
General Sir John Dill , on 17 July , he was ... 60 Quoted in Royle , Orde Wingate ,
Author: Society for Army Historical Research (London, England)
ORDE WINGATE ( 575 pp . ) — ChristoHis second Chindit campaign began far
pher Sykes - World ( $ 6 ) . Again in disgrace , he was sent back to more
successfully , but no one will ever Cairo and moped around headquarters . know
how it ...
Nor is it generally known that it was largely Orde Wingate who , with the Emperor
Haile Selassie at his side , and with deliberate political intent , turned what was to
have been a diversion into a major offensive . By the time Addis Abbaba fell ...