Ronald Bruce Campbell
14 September 1878|
|Died||7 March 1963
|Height||5'10 (178 cm)|
Born in Madras, India, on 14 September 1878, Ronald Bruce Campbell was educated at Bedford School and at the University of Edinburgh. He served in the British Army during the Second Boer War, between 1900 and 1901, and during the First World War, between 1914 and 1918, and was promoted to the rank of Colonel in the Gordon Highlanders in 1922. He competed in fencing for Great Britain in the 1920 Summer Olympics, and was Great Britain sabre champion.
Colonel Ronald Bruce Campbell was invested as a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order in 1917, and as a Companion of the Order of the British Empire in 1923. He died in Perth, Scotland, on 7 March 1963.
A Ten Round Contest, 1926, The Foster Brothers, 1935, The Spirit of the Fist, 1951
- "Ronald Bruce Campbell Olympic Results". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 19 April 2010.
- "Who's Who".
- "ENGLISH FENCING TEAM LANDS HERE - Eleven Expert Blade Wielders Who Seek Thompson Trophy Are in Great Form. - Article - NYTimes.com". 15 November 1921.
- Obituary, The Times, 9 March 1963, p.10
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