|Evelyn Dalrymple Fanshawe|
|Died||1979 (aged 83 or 84)|
|Years of service||1914–1945|
|Commands held||20th Mechanical Cavalry Brigade; 20th Armoured Brigade|
|Battles/wars||First World War
Second World War
|Awards||Companion of the Order of the Bath
Commander of the Order of the British Empire
|Other work||Director of the International Refugee Organisation in the British Zone of Germany
High Sheriff of Northamptonshire
He was commissioned into the Queen's Bays in 1914 and saw service in France, Palestine, Mesopotamia, Persia, Russia and Syria during World War I; among his assignments during this period was Aide-de-camp to his father who was General Officer Commanding the British Cavalry Corps (1915). From 1915-1919 he was seconded to the Royal Flying Corps. He returned to his regiment as Adjutant in 1919. In 1939 he was appointed Commander of the 20th Armoured Brigade and following promotion to Major General he held the post of the Armoured Training and Commander of the Royal Armoured Corps Training Establishment from 1942 to the end of the War.
Fanshawe retired from the Army in 1945 whereupon he became the UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration Director in the British Zone of Germany (1945–1948). Subsequently he was Director of the International Refugee Organisation in the British Zone of Germany from 1948-1952. In 1952 he was attached to the Dominion Countries UN Organisation Mission, and in 1960 was High Sheriff of Northamptonshire. He lived at Guilsborough House near Northampton.
- "FANSHAWE, Maj.-Gen. Sir Evelyn Dalrymple", in Who Was Who (Online ed.). London: A & C Black. 2007.