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    Why in the british Army is the rank of major general lower then that of lieutenant general,when the rank of major is higher then that of lieutenant,?

    +3  Views: 513 Answers: 1 Posted: 10 years ago

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    Because the name derives from the rank "Sergeant Major General"in older British army ranks.


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    hector5559

    Apox,what year was this ,Ted??
    ROMOS

    Not a clue Dougal, must be a long time ago because the rank of Major General was used in the Crimea.
    hector5559

    1700,odd Ted,
    hector5559

    I Have a set of original war books ted ,Called with the flag to Petoriar,would they be worth anything Ted?
    hector5559

    Thanks Ted,i had volumes 1to 4,in quite good codition,i lent volume i to a mate who never gave it to me back,i expcect he sold it,if i can sell the others it might go towards Williams vets bills,
    ROMOS

    Good idea Dougal.


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