|Sir Harold Redman|
|Born||25 August 1899|
|Died||1986 (aged 86 or 87)
|Commands held||7th Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
151st Infantry Brigade
10th Indian Motor Brigade
|Battles/wars||World War I
World War II
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath
Commander of the Order of the British Empire
He served in India and was the A.D.C. to the General Officer Commanding Waziristan Force from 20 November 1923 to 19 October 1924, for which he was mentioned in despatches (London Gazette 13 March 1925).
He became an Instructor at the Senior Officers' School at Sheerness in October 1937 and then moved on to be an Instructor at the Staff College, Camberley from 15 November 1938 to 13 August 1939.
He served on the staff at the War Office from 14 August 1939 to 2 July 1940.
He served in World War II being appointed Commanding Officer of 7th Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry in July 1940. Then in February 1941 he became Commander 151st Infantry Brigade until 12 December 1941 which took him to North Africa, Cyprus and the Middle East.
On 30 March 1942 he became Commander of 10th Indian Motor Brigade until 1 March 1943 after which he went on to be British Secretary to Combined Chiefs of Staff in Washington D.C. He was appointed Deputy Commander for the French Forces of the Interior in 1944 and Deputy Head of Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Force Mission to France later that year.
After the War he initially became Head of the British Military Mission to France and then in 1946 he became Chief of Staff to Allied Land Forces South East Asia. He was made Director of Military Operations at the War Office in 1948 and Principal Staff Officer to the Supreme Allied Commander Europe in 1951.
- Iraqforce - Paiforce
- Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives
- Half Yearly Army List January 1946
- The Wolfson Foundation 1955-2005 - A Historical Perspective, Page 4
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