John Walter Graham Tulloch

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John Walter Graham Tulloch
Born2 November 1861
Died9 May 1934
AllegianceUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
Service/branch British Indian Army
RankMajor General
AwardsCompanion of the Order of the Bath

Major General John Walter Graham Tulloch CB (2 November 1861 – 9 May 1934) was a British soldier and diplomat who served with the Indian Army and other British army forces in Africa and Asia.


Tulloch was first commissioned on 11 August 1880 and was appointed to the Indian Army on 11 October 1882; he had risen to the rank of major in 1900.[1] In 1901, Tulloch led a force of Baluchi (Indian), Australian (naval), and Japanese troops at Kaoli-yung in China.[2] In 1905, he was a military attaché posted to the British legation in Tokyo. In this period, he was joined by other officers from other parts of the British Empire, including Captain Alexander Bannerman, Captain Berkeley Vincent,[3] Captain Arthur Hart-Synnot.[4] and Captain Herbert Cyril Thacker.[5]

Tulloch was an observer with Japanese forces during the Russo-Japanese War;[6] and his reports were forwarded to London.[7] On 18 October 1907, Tulluch was promoted to the rank of brigadier general.[8] On 1 May 1908 he was promoted to major-general and he retired on the 1 April 1912.[9]


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  1. ^ Addison, Henry Robert et al. (1907). Who's Who, Vol. 59, p. 1776, p. 1776, at Google Books
  2. ^ "The Chinese Trouble," The Advertiser (Adelaide, South Australia). 10 January 1901, p. 5.
  3. ^ Merchant Networks Archived 30 July 2016 at the Wayback Machine (Anglo-Australian genealogy website): 28. "Sir Bart, merchant, Brown. Shipley and Co Brown Alexander Hargreaves-55317" Archived 5 April 2016 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Towle, Philip. (1982). Estimating Foreign Military Power, p. 131., p. 131, at Google Books
  5. ^ Hitsman, J. Mackay and Desmond Morton. "Canada's First Military Attache: Capt. H. C. Thacker in the Russo-Japanese War," Military Affairs, Vol. 34, No. 3 (Oct., 1970), pp. 82-84; "Report No. 14,", Directorate of History, Canadian Forces Headquarters, 8 September 1967.
  6. ^ Towle, Philip. (1998). "Aspects of the Russo-Japanese War: British Observers of the Russo-Japanese War," p. 23. Archived 18 November 2008 at the Wayback Machine Paper No. IS/1998/351. STICERD, LSE.
  7. ^ Great Britain War Office, General Staff. (1908). The Russo-Japanese War: Reports from British Officers Attached to the Japanese and Russian Forces in the Field, Vol. 3, p. 629., p. 629, at Google Books
  8. ^ a b Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, Royal United Service Institution. (1908). "Military Notes," Journal of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, Vol. LII, No. 359, p. 266., p. 266, at Google Books
  9. ^ Supplement to the Indian Army List January 1930
  10. ^ "Whitehall (Order of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar)," Edinburgh Gazette, 3 March 1897, p. 207.