List of Australian Army generals

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The following is an incomplete list of Australian Army generals (i.e. a list of people who are or have been general officers in the Australian Army).

See also list of Australian Army brigadiers.

Ranks included here are:

General: brigadier general, major general, lieutenant general, general.[Note 1]
Marshal: field marshal.

List[edit]

Rank Name Born Died Notes[1]
Major General Abigail, PeterPeter Abigail 1948 [2]
Major General Allen, Arthur ("Tubby")Arthur ("Tubby") Allen 1894 1959 [3]
Brigadier General Anderson, RobertRobert Anderson 1865 1940 [4]
Brigadier General Anderson, Stuart MilliganStuart Milligan Anderson  ?  ? [5] (British officer)[1]
Major General Anderson, WarrenWarren Anderson 1894 1973 [6]
Major General Antill, JohnJohn Antill 1866 1937 [7]
Major General Arnison, PeterPeter Arnison 1940 [8]
General Baker , JohnJohn Baker 1936 2007 [9]
Major General Barry, JimJim Barry 1932 - [10]
Major General Beavis, LeslieLeslie Beavis 1895 1975 [11]
Lieutenant General Bennett, GordonGordon Bennett 1887 1962 [12]
General Bennett, PhillipPhillip Bennett 1928 [13]
Lieutenant General Berryman, FrankFrank Berryman 1894 1981 [14]
Brigadier General Bessell-Browne, AlfredAlfred Bessell-Browne 1877 1947 [15]
Lieutenant General Bierwirth, RudolphRudolph Bierwirth 1899 1993 [16]
Field Marshal Birdwood, WilliamWilliam Birdwood 1865 1951 [17] (British officer)[1]
Major General Blake, DavidDavid Blake 1887 1965 [18]
Field Marshal Blamey, ThomasThomas Blamey 1884 1951 [19]
Lieutenant General Boase, AllanAllan Boase 1894 1964 [20]
Major General Brand, CharlesCharles Brand 1873 1961 [21]
Lieutenant General Bridgeford, WilliamWilliam Bridgeford 1894 1971 [22]
Major General Bridges, WilliamWilliam Bridges 1861 1915 [23]
Major General Broadbent, JohnJohn Broadbent 1914 2006 [24]
Lieutenant General Brogan, MervynMervyn Brogan 1915 1994 [25]
Brigadier General Browne, Reginald SpencerReginald Spencer Browne 1856 1943 [26] a.k.a. Spencer Browne
Major General Bruche, JuliusJulius Bruche 1873 1961 [27]
Major General Sinclair-Burgess, WilliamWilliam Sinclair-Burgess 1880 1964 [28] (New Zealand officer)[1]
Major General Burr, RickRick Burr 1964 [29]
Major General Burston, JamesJames Burston 1856 1920 [30]
Major General Burston, SamuelSamuel Burston 1888 1960 [31]
Major General Busch, RollandRolland Busch 1920 1985 [32]
Major General Butler, DavidDavid Butler 1928 [33]
Lieutenant General Caligari, JohnJohn Caligari 1960 [34][35]
Major General Callaghan, CecilCecil Callaghan 1890 1967 [36]
Lieutenant General Campbell, AngusAngus Campbell  ? [37]
Major General Campbell, IanIan Campbell 1900 1997 [38]
Major General Cannan, JamesJames Cannan 1882 1976 [39]
Major General Cantwell, JohnJohn Cantwell 1956 [40]
Major General Caughey, ShaneShane Caughey 1962 [41]
Major General Cavenagh, GrantGrant Cavenagh  ? [42][43]
Major General Chalmers, DaveDave Chalmers 1958 [44]
Major General Chapman, JohnJohn Chapman 1896 1963 [45]
General Chauvel, HarryHarry Chauvel 1865 1945 [46]
Brigadier General Christian, SydneySydney Christian 1868 1931 [47]
Major General Clifford, MichaelMichael Clifford [48]
Lieutenant General Clowes, CyrilCyril Clowes 1892 1968 [49]
Lieutenant General Coates, JohnJohn Coates 1932 [50]
Major General Connolly, J.M.J.M. Connolly 1944  ? [51]
General Cosgrove, PeterPeter Cosgrove 1947 [52]
Major General Cosson, ElizabethElizabeth Cosson 1958 [53] First female MajGen
Major General Cox, CharlesCharles Cox 1863 1944 [54]
Major General Coxen, WalterWalter Coxen 1870 1949 [55]
Major General Crews, W.J. "Bill"W.J. "Bill" Crews [56]
Major General Cullen, PaulPaul Cullen 1909 2007 [57]
Lieutenant General Daly, ThomasThomas Daly 1913 2004 [58]
Davies, C.S.C.S. Davies [citation needed] (British officer)[1]
Major General Dawson, BrianBrian Dawson  ? [59]
Major General Day , StephenStephen Day [43][60]
Major General Deighton, DerekDerek Deighton [61]
Major General Dodds, ThomasThomas Dodds 1873 1943 [62]
Major General Dougherty, IvanIvan Dougherty 1907 1998 [63]
Major General Downes, MajorMajor Downes 1834 1923 [64]
Major General Downes, RupertRupert Downes 1885 1945 [65]
Major General Drake-Brockman, EdmundEdmund Drake-Brockman 1884 1949 [66]
Major General Dunn, PeterPeter Dunn 1947 [67]
Lieutenant General Dunstan, DonaldDonald Dunstan 1923 2011 [68]
Major General Durrant, JamesJames Durrant 1885 1963 [69]
Major General Eather, KennethKenneth Eather 1901 1993 [70]
Lieutenant General Edgar, HectorHector Edgar [71]
Major General Elliott, HaroldHarold Elliott 1878 1931 [72]
Lieutenant General Evans, MarkMark Evans 1953 [73]
Major General Finn, HarryHarry Finn 1852 1924 [74]
Major General Flawith, IanIan Flawith [75]
Major General Fogarty, GerardGerard Fogarty [43]
Major General Foott, CecilCecil Foott 1876 1942 [76]
Major General Forsyth, JohnJohn Forsyth 1867 1928 [77]
Brigadier General Foster, Hubert JohnHubert John Foster 1855 1919 [78]
Major General Francis, DuncanDuncan Francis 1937 2004 [79]
Major General Fraser, Colin Angus EwenColin Angus Ewen Fraser [80]
Major General Fraser, TonyTony Fraser 1958 [81]
Major General Galleghan, FrederickFrederick Galleghan 1897 1971 [82]
Major General Garde, GregoryGregory Garde 1949 - [83]
Lieutenant General Garrett, RagnarRagnar Garrett 1900 1977 [84]
Major General Gellibrand, JohnJohn Gellibrand 1872 1945 [85]
Lieutenant General Gillespie, KenKen Gillespie 1952

[86]

Major General Gilmore, Peter (Gus)Peter (Gus) Gilmore 1962 - [87]
Brigadier General Glasfurd, DuncanDuncan Glasfurd 1873 1916 [88] (British officer)[1]
Major General Glasgow, ThomasThomas Glasgow 1876 1955 [89]
Brigadier General Goddard, HenryHenry Goddard 1869 1955 [90]
Major General Gordon, IanIan Gordon 1952 [91]
Major General Gordon, Joseph MariaJoseph Maria Gordon 1856 1929 [92]
Major General Gower, SteveSteve Gower 1940 [93]
Major General Graham, StuartStuart Graham 1920 1996 [94]
Brigadier General Grant, WilliamWilliam Grant 1870 1939 [95]
General Gration, PeterPeter Gration 1932 [96]
Lieutenant General Grey, JohnJohn Grey 1939 [97]
Major General Grey, RonRon Grey 1930 [98]
Brigadier General Griffiths, ThomasThomas Griffiths 1865 1947 [99]
Major General Grimwade, HaroldHarold Grimwade 1869 1949 [100]
Major General Haddad, PeterPeter Haddad 1947 [101]
Major General Hammer, Heathcote HowardHeathcote Howard Hammer 1905 1961 [97]
Major General Hardie, John LeslieJohn Leslie Hardie 1882 1956 [102]
Major General Hartley, JohnJohn Hartley [103]
General Hassett, FrankFrank Hassett 1918 2008 [104]
Major General Hay, BobBob Hay 1920 1998 [105]
Brigadier General Heane, JamesJames Heane 1874 1954 [106]
Major General Henderson, William GeorgeWilliam George Henderson [107]
Lieutenant General Herring, EdmundEdmund Herring 1892 1982 [108]
Brigadier General Herring, SydneySydney Herring 1881 1951 [109]
Lieutenant General Hickling, FrankFrank Hickling 1941 [110]
Major General Hindmarsh, MikeMike Hindmarsh 1956 [111]
Major General Hoad, JohnJohn Hoad 1856 1911 [112]
Lieutenant General Hobbs, TalbotTalbot Hobbs 1864 1938 [113]
Major General Hoeben, CliftonClifton Hoeben 1947 [114]
Major General Holmes, WilliamWilliam Holmes 1862 1917 [115]
Major General Hopkins, Ronald Ronald Hopkins 1897 1990 [116]
Major General Howse, NevilleNeville Howse 1863 1930 [117]
Major General Hughes, FredericFrederic Hughes 1858 1944 [118]
Major General Hughes, James 'Jim' CurnowJames 'Jim' Curnow Hughes 1929 [119]
Major General Hughes, Ronald LawrenceRonald Lawrence Hughes 1920 2003 [120]
General Hurley, DavidDavid Hurley 1953 [121]
Lieutenant General Hutton, EdwardEdward Hutton 1848 1923 [122]
Major General Irving, GodfreyGodfrey Irving 1867 1937 [123]
Major General Jackson, RobertRobert Jackson 1886 1948 [124]
Major General Jeffery, MichaelMichael Jeffery 1937 [citation needed]
Lieutenant General Jess, CarlCarl Jess 1884 1948 [125]
Brigadier General Jobson, AlexanderAlexander Jobson 1875 1933 [126]
Major General Johnston, GeorgeGeorge Johnston 1868 1949 [127]
Major General Keating, MichaelMichael Keating 1945 [128][citation needed]
Major General Kelly, MarkMark Kelly 1956 [129]
Major General Kelly, JustinJustin Kelly [citation needed]
Major General Krause, MichaelMichael Krause [130]
Major General Knights, Robert WilliamRobert William Knights 1912 1975 [131]
Brigadier General Knox, George HodgesGeorge Hodges Knox 1885 1960 [132]
Brigadier General Lamrock, JohnJohn Lamrock 1859 1935 [133]
Brigadier General Lassetter, HarryHarry Lassetter 1860 1926 [134]
Major General Latchford, KevinKevin Latchford 1927 2013 [135]
Lieutenant General Lavarack, JohnJohn Lavarack 1885 1957 [136]
Lieutenant General Leahy, PeterPeter Leahy 1952 [137]
Brigadier General Leane, RaymondRaymond Leane 1878 1962 [138]
Lieutenant General Legge, James GordonJames Gordon Legge 1863 1947 [139]
Major General Legge, Stanley FergusonStanley Ferguson Legge 1900 1977 [140]
Major General Lewis, DuncanDuncan Lewis 1954 [141]
Major General Lloyd, HerbertHerbert Lloyd 1883 1957 [142]
Major General Long, CharlesCharles Long 1914 1980 [143]
Brigadier General Long, GeorgeGeorge Long 1874 1930 [144]
Major General MacArthur-Onslow, DenzilDenzil MacArthur-Onslow 1904 1984 [citation needed]
Brigadier General MacArthur-Onslow, GeorgeGeorge MacArthur-Onslow 1875 1931 [145]
Major General Macarthur-Onslow, JamesJames Macarthur-Onslow 1867 1946 [146]
General MacDonald, ArthurArthur MacDonald 1919 1995 [147]
Lieutenant General Mackay, Iven GiffardIven Giffard Mackay 1882 1966 [148]
Major General Mackay, JamesJames Mackay 1859 1935 [149]
Major General Mackay, KennethKenneth Mackay 1917 2004 [150]
Brigadier General MacLaurin, Henry NormandHenry Normand MacLaurin 1878 1915 [151]
Brigadier General Martin, Edward FowellEdward Fowell Martin 1875 1950 [152]
Major General Maxwell, JohnJohn Maxwell [153]
Lieutenant General McCay, James WhitesideJames Whiteside McCay 1864 1930 [154]
Major General McDonald, Bruce AlexanderBruce Alexander McDonald 1925 1993 [citation needed]
Brigadier General McGlinn, John PatrickJohn Patrick McGlinn 1869 1946 [155]
Major General McLachlan, DavidDavid McLachlan 1937 [156]
Major General McLachlan, PaulPaul McLachlan [43]
Major General McNarn, MaurieMaurie McNarn [157]
Major General McNicoll, RonaldRonald McNicoll 1906 1996 [158]
Brigadier General McNicoll, WalterWalter McNicoll 1877 1947 [159]
Major General McOwan, TimTim McOwan  ? [160]
Major General Maitland, GordonGordon Maitland [citation needed]
Major General Melick, GregGreg Melick [161]
Brigadier General Meredith, JohnJohn Meredith 1864 1942 [162]
Major General Milford, Edward JamesEdward James Milford 1894 1972 [163]
Major General Milford, Michael JamesMichael James Milford 1962 - [164] Son of Edward James Milford.
Major General Molan, JimJim Molan  ? [165]
General Monash, JohnJohn Monash 1865 1931 [166]
Major General Moore, NewtonNewton Moore 1870 1936 [167]
Major General Morris, BasilBasil Morris 1888 1975 [168]
Major General Morrison, AlanAlan Morrison 1927 2008 [169]
Major General Morrison, DavidDavid Morrison 1956 [170]
Lieutenant General Morshead, LeslieLeslie Morshead 1889 1959 [171]
Lieutenant General Mueller, DesmondDesmond Mueller 1943 [172]
Major General Mulhall, DavidDavid Mulhall [173]
Major General Murdoch, Ian ThomasIan Thomas Murdoch [174]
Major General Murray, JohnJohn Murray 1892 1951 [175]
Lieutenant General Nimmo, Robert HaroldRobert Harold Nimmo 1893 1966 [176]
Lieutenant General Northcott, JohnJohn Northcott 1890 1966 [177]
Lieutenant General O'Donnell, LawrenceLawrence O'Donnell 1933 [178]
Major General Orme, CraigCraig Orme [179]
Major General Paton, JohnJohn Paton 1867 1943 [180]
Major General Pearson, SandySandy Pearson 1918 2012 [citation needed]
Brigadier General Pethebridge, SamuelSamuel Pethebridge 1862 1918 [181]
Major General Phillips, Owen ForbesOwen Forbes Phillips 1882 1966 [182]
Major General Plant, EricEric Plant 1890 1950 [183]
Lieutenant General Pollard, RegReg Pollard 1903 1978 [184]
a/Brigadier General Pope, HaroldHarold Pope 1873 1938 [185]
Major General Porter, SelwynSelwyn Porter 1905 1963 [186]
Major General Powell, RogerRoger Powell 1949 [187]
Lieutenant General Power, AshAsh Power 1957 [188]
Major General Ramaciotti, GustaveGustave Ramaciotti 1861 1927 [189]
Major General Ramsay, AlanAlan Ramsay 1895 1973 [190]
Brigadier General Rankin, ColinColin Rankin 1869 1940 [191]
Major General Rankin, GeorgeGeorge Rankin 1887 1957 [192]
Major General Risson, RobertRobert Risson 1901 1992 [citation needed]
Major General Roberts-Smith, LenLen Roberts-Smith 1945 [193]
Lieutenant General Robertson, HoraceHorace Robertson 1894 1960 [194]
Brigadier General Robertson, JamesJames Robertson 1878 1951 [195]
Major General Rosenthal, CharlesCharles Rosenthal 1875 1954 [196]
Lieutenant General Rowell, SydneySydney Rowell 1894 1975 [197]
Brigadier General Royston, JohnJohn Royston 1860 1942 [198]
Major General Ryrie, GranvilleGranville Ryrie 1865 1937 [199]
Lieutenant General Sanderson, JohnJohn Sanderson 1940 [200]
Lieutenant General Savige, StanleyStanley Savige 1890 1954 [201]
Lieutenant General Secombe, VictorVictor Secombe 1897 1962 [202]
Major General Sellheim, VictorVictor Sellheim 1866 1928 [203]
Major General Simpson, Colin HallColin Hall Simpson 1894 1964 [204]
Major General Sinclair-Burgess, WilliamWilliam Sinclair-Burgess 1880 1964 [205]
Major General Sinclair-MacLagan, EwenEwen Sinclair-MacLagan 1868 1948 [206] (British officer)[1]
Major General Slater, MickMick Slater 1958 - [citation needed]
Lieutenant General Smart, EdwardEdward Smart 1891 1961 [207]
Brigadier General Smith, RobertRobert Smith 1881 1928 [208]
Major General Smith, SteveSteve Smith 1959 [209]
Major General Smith, StuartStuart Smith 1963 [210]
Major General Smyth, NevillNevill Smyth 1868 1941 [211]
Lieutenant General Squires, Ernest KerErnest Ker Squires 1882 1940 [212]
Major General Steele, CliveClive Steele 1892 1955 [213]
Major General Steele, William Alan BeevorWilliam Alan Beevor Steele 1895 1966 [citation needed]generals.dk[214]
Major General Stevens, JackJack Stevens 1896 1969 [215]
Major General Stevenson, JohnJohn Stevenson 1925 2008 [216]
Brigadier General Stewart, CampbellCampbell Stewart 1884 1947 [217]
Major General Stretton, AlanAlan Stretton 1922 2012 [218]
Lieutenant General Sturdee, VernonVernon Sturdee 1890 1966 [219]
Major General Symon, PaulPaul Symon 1960 [220]
Major General Treacy, RichardRichard Treacy [221]
Major General Tivey, EdwinEdwin Tivey 1866 1947 [222]
Major General Vasey , AlanAlan Vasey 1895 1945 [223]
Major General Vickery, NormanNorman Vickery 1917 1998 [224]
Major General Vincent, DouglasDouglas Vincent 1916 1995 [225]
Major General Walsh , RoyRoy Walsh 1888 1962 [226]
Lieutenant General Wells, HenryHenry Wells 1898 1973 [227]
General White , BrudenellBrudenell White 1876 1940 [228]
Major General Whitelaw (general), JohnJohn Whitelaw (general) 1894 1964 [229] Both father and son were named
MAJGEN John Stewart Whitelaw
Major General Whitelaw (1921–2010), JohnJohn Whitelaw (1921–2010) 1921 2010 [230]
Lieutenant General Whitham , JohnJohn Whitham 1881 1952 [231]
Major General Wilkie, SimoneSimone Wilkie 1964 [232]
Major General Williams , ThomasThomas Williams 1884 1950 [233]
Major General Willis, SimonSimon Willis  ? [67]
Major General Wilson, ArthurArthur Wilson[who?] 1897  ? [citation needed]
Brigadier General Wilson, LachlanLachlan Wilson 1871 1947 [234]
Major General Wilson, NeilNeil Wilson 1947 [235]
Major General Wilson, RichardRichard Wilson 1955 [236]
General Wilton, JohnJohn Wilton 1910 1981 [237]
Major General Windeyer, VictorVictor Windeyer 1900 1987 [238]
Brigadier General Wisdom, EvanEvan Wisdom 1869 1945 [239]
Lieutenant General Woodward, EricEric Woodward 1899 1967 [240]
Major General Wootten, GeorgeGeorge Wootten 1893 1970 [241]
Lieutenant General Wynter , HenryHenry Wynter 1886 1945 [242]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Footnotes
  1. ^ An Australian brigadier is not classed as a "general", whereas an Australian brigadier general was. The British Army replaced the rank of brigadier general with colonel-commandant in 1922, and then with brigadier in 1928. The Australian Army did something similar. The rank of brigadier general was abolished in the Australian Army in 1921, and it was eventually replaced by that of brigadier in 1929. In the interim titles such as 'colonel-in-command', 'colonel-of-staff' and 'colonel-commandant' were used for officers posted into that level of command.(Cadet Instructor's Handbook 2006)
Citations
  1. ^ a b c d e f g Ross Mallett states on his General Officers of the First AIF web site:
    "There were some British and New Zealand officers on secondment in Australia before the war who were granted AMF rank and seniority, but not always the same rank and seniority as that of the army from which they came. Some of these officers joined the AIF in Australia. Those five that became general officers are listed here: S. M. Anderson, C. S. Davies, D. J. Glasfurd and E. G. Sinclair MacLagan of the British army and W. L. H. Burgess of the New Zealand Staff Corps.
    Only one British officer joined the AIF overseas: Lieutenant General W. R. Birdwood."
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  41. ^ Major General Shane Caughey CSC, AM
  42. ^ Major General Grant Douglas Cavenagh, AO
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  44. ^ Major General Dave Chalmers AO, CSC
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  48. ^ Major General Michael Clifford AM CSC (Ret'd)
    • Chair UNSW Canberra Advisory Council (since 2011)
    • Chair of the Centre for Defence Communications and Information Networking Steering Committee, University of Adelaide (since 2007)
    • Managing Director (Defence), IBM (2013-14)
    • Senior Defence Adviser (Asia Pacific) IBM (2008–13)
    • Managing Director GD Systems Australia, General Dynamics (2006–08)
    • Major General - Head of Operational ICT, Australian Army (2005-06)
    • Commandant Australian Command and Staff College, ...
    Linked-in, Safeguarding Australia, UNSW, Op Pakistan Assist, etc.
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    AM: Member of the Order of Australia, 10 June 1991, In recognition of service to the Australian Army as Commander of the 3rd Brigade
    AO: Officer of the Order of Australia, 12 June 1995, In recognition of service to the Australian Army and the Australian Defence Force, particularly in the fields of personnel and operations
    CSC: Conspicuous Service Cross, 12 June 2000, For outstanding achievement in the field of Operations, particularly as Commander Australian Theatre
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  53. ^ Major General Elizabeth Cosson, CSC, www.defence.gov.au
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  55. ^ R. Mallett, Major General Walter Coxen, adfa.edu.au
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    Major General Dawson was appointed the Director General Preparedness in Defence Headquarters in 2001, Chief of Staff Land Headquarters from 2003 to 2005, Commandant of the Australian Defence Force Academy in February 2006 and Director General Public Affairs in June 2008. He assumed his current appointment as the Australian Military Representative to NATO and EU on promotion to Major General in March 2010.
    "Announcement of new Executive Manager, ANZAC Centenary Touring Exhibition". Media Release. Australian War Memorial. 11 December 2013.  photo Includes a bio
    "Brigadier Brian Robert Dawson, AM, CSC". Operation Catalyst. Australian Department of Defence. 10 November 2007. 
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  60. ^ Major General Stephen Day DSC AM
  61. ^ "The late"(?) Major General Derek Deighton, AO MBE
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    A bit thin ...
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