James Simpson (British Army officer)
Sir James Simpson (1792 – 18 April 1868) was a general of the British Army.
In February 1855 he was sent out to the Crimea to act as chief of staff to the army commander Lord Raglan. Raglan died on 28 June, and Simpson reluctantly took command of the army. He resigned on 10 November, and was succeeded by Sir William Codrington.
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