Innovative and tactically brilliant, Major-General Ivor Maxse had a knack for command both in field and staff roles. Known for his courage, he repeatedly ignored instruction for the benefit of his troops and his decisions and roles rank him as a key commander. Yet, he remains relatively unknown. John Ash explores the General’s career.

Among the Most Important Men of the Great War?

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