Staff College, Camberley

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Staff College, Camberley, Surrey, was a staff college for the British Army and the presidency armies of British India (later merged to form the Indian Army).wikipedia
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Royal Naval College, Greenwich

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The equivalent in the Royal Navy was the Royal Naval Staff College, Greenwich and the equivalent in the Royal Air Force was the RAF Staff College, Bracknell.
The equivalent in the British Army was the Staff College, Camberley and the equivalent in the Royal Air Force was the RAF Staff College, Bracknell.

RAF Staff College, Bracknell

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The equivalent in the Royal Navy was the Royal Naval Staff College, Greenwich and the equivalent in the Royal Air Force was the RAF Staff College, Bracknell.
The equivalent in the British Army was the Staff College, Camberley and the equivalent in the Royal Navy was the Royal Naval Staff College, Greenwich.

Joint Services Command and Staff College

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Apart from periods of closure during major wars, the Staff College continued to operate until 1997, when it was merged into the new Joint Services Command and Staff College.
JSCSC combined the single service provision of the British Armed Forces: Royal Naval College, Greenwich, Staff College, Camberley, RAF Staff College, Bracknell, and the Joint Service Defence College, Greenwich.

Royal Military College, Sandhurst

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It had its origins in the Royal Military College, High Wycombe founded in 1799, which in 1802 became the Senior Department of the new Royal Military College.
In 1858 this became a separate institution, the Staff College.

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

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The senior department of the Royal Military College moved to a building in West Street in Farnham, Surrey in 1813 and in 1820 joined the junior department (which trained aspiring officers before they were commissioned) at Sandhurst.
A few years later, the Junior Department was joined at Sandhurst from High Wycombe by the Senior Department, which in 1858 became a separate institution, the Staff College.

Camberley

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Purpose-built premises were approved in 1858 and built between 1859 and 1863 to a design by James Pennethorne, adjacent to the Royal Military College (but over the county boundary in Camberley). With the threat of a second war with Germany, the college was expanded and restructured in 1938, with a junior wing at Camberley for officers of an average age of 29 years, and a senior wing at Minley Manor, Farnborough for graduates of the school returned for further training, and aged about 35 years.
Later, the Staff College was established to the east of the Academy, and a property speculator built the nearby Cambridge Hotel.

Sir Henry Wilson, 1st Baronet

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1907–1910 Brigadier-General Henry Wilson
Wilson served as Commandant of the Staff College, Camberley, and then as Director of Military Operations at the War Office, in which post he played a vital role in drawing up plans to deploy an Expeditionary Force to France in the event of war.

Thomas Edgar Lacy

1865–1870: Colonel Thomas Edgar Lacy
Lieutenant-General Thomas Edgar Lacy (7 February 1804 – 22 February 1880) was a British Army officer who became Commandant, Staff College, Sandhurst.

Staff college

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Staff College, Camberley, Surrey, was a staff college for the British Army and the presidency armies of British India (later merged to form the Indian Army).
JSCSC was formed by the merger of: Staff College, Camberley (Army), Royal Naval College, Greenwich and RAF Staff College, Bracknell

Edmund Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside

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1922–1926 Major-General Sir Edmund Ironside
He returned to the Army as Commandant of the Staff College, Camberley, where he advocated the ideas of J. F. C. Fuller, a proponent of mechanisation.

Sir William Robertson, 1st Baronet

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1910–1913 Major-General Sir William Robertson
Robertson then applied to attend Staff College at Camberley.

Edward Bruce Hamley

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1870–1878 Major-General Edward Bruce Hamley
The combination in Hamley of literary and military ability secured for him in 1859 the professorship of military history at the new Staff College at Sandhurst, from which in 1866 he went to the council of military education, returning in 1870 to the Staff College as commandant.

Ronald Forbes Adam

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1937–1938 Major-General Sir Ronald Adam
After the war he attended the Staff College, Camberley, and held successively senior staff postings at the War Office.

Charles Creagh-Osborne

1878–1885 Major-General Charles Creagh-Osborne
Lieutenant General Charles Osborne Creagh-Osborne CB (20 December 1823 – 17 August 1892) was a British Army officer who became Commandant of the Staff College, Sandhurst.

Launcelot Kiggell

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1913–1914 Brigadier-General Launcelot Kiggell
He attended Staff College, Camberley from 1893 until December 1894.

Minley Manor

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With the threat of a second war with Germany, the college was expanded and restructured in 1938, with a junior wing at Camberley for officers of an average age of 29 years, and a senior wing at Minley Manor, Farnborough for graduates of the school returned for further training, and aged about 35 years.
The property passed to the War Office in 1934, initially for the Senior Wing of the nearby Staff College, Camberley.

Edward Clive (British Army general)

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1885–1888 Major-General Edward Clive
Clive was appointed Commandant at the Staff College, Sandhurst, on 21 December 1885 and was promoted to major-general on 26 December.

Henry Rawlinson, 1st Baron Rawlinson

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1903–1906 Colonel Sir Henry Rawlinson
He received the brevet rank of colonel in the South Africa Honours list published on 26 June 1902, was promoted to the substantive rank of colonel on 1 April 1903, and named as commandant of the Army Staff College.

Royal Military College, High Wycombe

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It had its origins in the Royal Military College, High Wycombe founded in 1799, which in 1802 became the Senior Department of the new Royal Military College.
The facilities proved too small and the institution moved to a building in West Street in Farnham in 1813 before being redesignated the Senior Division of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst in 1820 and then becoming the Staff College, Camberley in 1858.

Montagu Stopford

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1941–1942 Major-General Montagu Stopford
He then returned to England, where he attended the Staff College, Camberley, from 1923 to 1924.

John Dill

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1931–1934 Major-General John Dill
Promoted captain on 12 July 1911, he was seconded to study at the Staff College, Camberley from 1 February 1913, and was still there on the outbreak of the First World War eighteen months later.

Robert Collins (British Army officer)

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1939–1941 Major-General Robert Collins
Major-General Robert John Collins CMG DSO (22 August 1880 – 6 March 1950) was a British Army officer who became Commandant of the Staff College, Camberley.

Herbert Miles

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1898–1903 Colonel Herbert Miles
In 1898 he was appointed Commandant of the Staff College, Camberley.

Sir Archibald Alison, 2nd Baronet

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Feb–May 1878 Major-General Sir Archibald Alison
He went on to be Deputy Adjutant General in Ireland in 1874, Commandant of the Staff College, Sandhurst in February 1878 and Deputy Quartermaster General, Intelligence in May 1878.

Gerald Lathbury

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1951–1954 Major-General Gerald Lathbury
He was seconded to the Royal West African Frontier Force and Gold Coast Regiment between 1928 and 1932 and, returning to England, attended the Staff College, Camberley between 1937 and 1938.