The Armoured Trial of the Greatest Peacekeeper: Major General Robert Harold Nimmo CBE Part Two – I Was Only Doing My Job: Australia's Military History
29-SEPTEMBER-1946, This is part two of the life service and Legacy of Professional Soldier Major General Robert Harold Nimmo CBE, who at the commencement of the Second World War was a Staff Officer of the 1st Cavalry Division. An officer tasked with introducing armoured warfare into the Australian Army, Nimmo would continue to serve in staff positions at Brigade, Division, Corps and Army Levels to whom the end of the war in command of the first unit of the Australian Regular Army the 38th Infantry Brigade and command Australia’s contingent to the British Commonwealth Occupation Force on a career that would span 52 years.
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