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W. R. Birdwood W. R. Birdwood i(A96267 works by) (birth name: William Riddell Birdwood) (a.k.a. Sir W. R. Birdwood)
Born: Established: 13 Sep 1865
South Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
; Died: Ceased: 17 May 1951 London,
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,

Gender: Male
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1 A Few Words From the Boss W. R. Birdwood , 1918 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Aussie : The Australian Soldiers Magazine , 16 February no. 2 1918; (p. 12)
1 Introduction W. R. Birdwood , 1916 single work column
— Appears in: The Anzac Book 1916; (p. ix-x) The Anzac Book 2010; (p. 7-8)
1 From General Birdwood W. R. Birdwood , 1916 single work correspondence war literature
— Appears in: The School Paper for Grades VII and VIII , June no. 200 1916; (p. 74-76)
Writing from Gallipoli in December 1915, Birdwood honours the Australian and New Zealand forces and explains the reasoning for his choice of the name 'Anzac' as the 'telegraphic code address' on the Egyptian front, and 'Anzac Cove' for the place at which the forces landed at Gallipoli.