John Conyers D’Arcy

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John Conyers D'Arcy (1894-1966) ... son of Charles D'Arcy... fought in the First World War and while on leave saw active service with the British Army during the Easter Rising, leading the attack on the General Post Office in Dublin. He was wounded on the North-West Frontier of India in 1931 and awarded the Military Cross, served again in the Second World War, rose to the rank of Lieutenant-General, and ended his career as the Commander of British forces in Palestine and Transjordan. ... He was General Officer Commanding, Palestine between 1944 and 1946, succeeding D. F. McConnell

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