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Stuart Greeves

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Major-General Sir Stuart Greeves and Bar, (2 April 1897 – 1989) was a British Indian Army officer. He served in World War I and World War II. Military career Born 2 April 1897 in Northampton, Greeves was educated at Northampton Town and County Grammar School. When the First World War broke out, he enlisted as a private in the 7th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment on 14 September 1914. He served in France & Belgium from 31 August 1915 to 24 August 1916. and was commissioned as a temporary second lieutenant with the Lancashire Fusiliers on 25 January 1917. He returned to France with the 18th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers on 3 March 1917 and served there until 21 August 1918. He was awarded the Military Cross when serving with the 18th battalion for actions around 25 to 28 March 1918 and the Bar to his Military Cross for actions around 1 June 1918 whilst the Intelligence Officer of the 18th battalion. He applied to join the Indian Army and was appointed on probation on 25
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