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Sir Edward Bruce Hamley (1824–1893)

Hamley, Edward Bruce, Sir. An English general; born at Bodmin, England, April 27, 1824; died in London, Aug. 12, 1893. He served through the Crimean War and Egyptian War of 1882. His chief work is ‘Operations of War’ (1866; 4th ed. 1878), long the recognized textbook for military examinations. Among his other publications are: ‘The Story of the Campaign’ (1855), a narrative of the Crimean War; ‘Wellington’s Career’ (1860); ‘Voltaire’ in ‘Foreign Classics’ (1877); ‘The War in the Crimea’ (1890).