2019-11-14 16:54:08 UTC
His Times of London obit
actually led with describing the raid
on his house when there were trumped-up charges of paedophilia
a few years ago (basically a publicity-seeker pretended a number
of famous men molested him as a child and police took it all
seriously with no evidence) but this piece centers on his D-Day
...he was best known for rising to Chief of the Defence Staff.
But until World War II came along he'd planned to study art.
The DM has two other articles:
(enormous overlap with the above article)
(first news of death)
(prepared obit by a writer who died in May)
(a story from last June about the trial of the accuser relating to
Bramall's interrogation in 2015)
(links to stories about the accuser and scandal)
He died the senior ordinary Knight of the Garter and Knight Grand Cross of the
The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.