Talk:Brigadier (United Kingdom)

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Merging the text of Brigadier-general (United Kingdom) into this artilce[edit]

I have merged the text of Brigadier-general (United Kingdom) into this article. Neither article was very large — Brigadier-general (United Kingdom) was only about 3k in size.

I merged the text into this article because it was confusing having both stubby articles with the easy misunderstanding in the categories that brigadier-general was still an active British military rank. Also most people who simply want to look up UK equivalent with other militarise, should not have to wade through a history lesson to learn what the rank is called today. If they want the history much better to look at the current name and then a section on history. -- PBS (talk) 11:01, 26 September 2017 (UTC)