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List of Australian Army generals

The following is a list of Australians who have attained general officer rank within the Australian Army; that is, officers who have held the rank of field marshal (five-star rank), general (four-star rank), lieutenant general (three-star rank), major general (two-star rank) or brigadier general (one-star rank).

Ranks

The senior Australian Army ranks are:

Field marshals

Australian field marshal's rank insignia

  This along with the + (plus) indicates that the officer was granted the honorary rank of field marshal in the Australian Army.

Name Born Died Date promoted Senior command(s) or appointment(s) in rank Notes
William Birdwood, 1st Baron Birdwood+ 1865 1951 20 March 1925 [Note 2] [1]
Sir Thomas Blamey 1884 1951 8 June 1950 Commander-in-Chief of the Australian Military Forces and Commander of Allied Land Forces, South West Pacific Area (1942–45) [2]
George VI 1895 1952 2 June 1938 King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Commonwealth (1936–52) [3]
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh 1921 2021 1 April 1954 Prince Consort of Elizabeth II (1947–2021) [4]

Generals

Australian general's rank insignia
A dash (—) in the "Died" column indicates that the person is still living.

  This along with the * (asterisk) indicates that the general is still a serving member of the Australian Army.

The rank of general is the most senior active rank in the Australian Army. Only the five-star rank of field marshal is higher, but it is reserved for exceptional circumstances and only Sir Thomas Blamey (1951) has attained the rank in a non-ceremonial capacity. There are currently no appointments in the Australian Defence Force (ADF) at the five-star level. With the current structure of the ADF, the rank of general is held only when an officer of the Australian Army is appointed as Chief of the Defence Force.

Generals of the Australian Army are as follows:

Name Born Died Date promoted Senior command(s) or appointment(s) in rank Notes
John Baker 1936 2007 1995 Chief of the Defence Force (1995–98) [5]
Sir Phillip Bennett 1928 2023 13 April 1984 Chief of the Defence Force (1984–87) [6]
Angus Campbell*
2018 Chief of the Defence Force (2018–)
Sir Harry Chauvel 1865 1945 11 November 1929 Inspector-in-Chief Volunteer Defence Corps (1940–45), Chief of General Staff (1923–30) [7]
Sir Peter Cosgrove 1947
2002 Chief of the Defence Force (2002–05) [8]
Peter Gration 1932
1987 Chief of the Defence Force (1987–93) [9]
Sir Frank Hassett 1918 2008 24 November 1975 Chief of the Defence Force Staff (1976–77), Chairman, Chiefs of Staff Committee (1975–76) [10]
David Hurley 1953
2011 Chief of the Defence Force (2011–14)
Sir Arthur MacDonald 1919 1995 21 April 1977 Chief of the Defence Force Staff (1977–79)
Sir John Monash 1865 1931 11 November 1929 [Note 3] [7]
Sir Brudenell White 1876 1940 18 March 1940 Chief of the General Staff (1920–23, 1940) [11]
Sir John Wilton 1910 1981 1 September 1968 Chairman, Chiefs of Staff Committee (1966–70) [12]

Lieutenant generals

Australian lieutenant general's rank insignia
A dash (—) in the "Died" column indicates that the person is still living.

  This along with the * (asterisk) indicates that the lieutenant general is still a serving member of the Australian Army.
  This along with the + (plus sign) indicates that the officer retired with the honorary rank of lieutenant general.

Lieutenant general is the highest permanent rank in the Australian Army. The rank of lieutenant general is always held by the Chief of Army, though is also held when an Australian Army officer is appointed as Vice Chief of the Defence Force, Chief of Joint Operations, Chief of Joint Capabilities, Chief of Defence Intelligence, Chief of Personnel or an equivalent position.

Lieutenant generals of the Australian Army are as follows:

Name Born Died Date promoted Senior command(s) or appointment(s) in rank Notes
Gordon Bennett 1887 1962 7 April 1942 III Corps (1942–44)
Sir Frank Berryman 1894 1981 20 January 1944 Eastern Command (1946–53), I Corps (1944), II Corps (1943–44) [13]
Rudolph Bierwirth 1899 1993 13 October 1954 British Commonwealth Forces Korea (1954–56)
Greg Bilton* 1965
2019 Chief of Joint Operations (2019–)
Allan Boase 1894 1964 1949 Southern Command (1949–51) [14]
Sir William Bridgeford+ 1894 1971 1951 British Commonwealth Forces Korea (1951–53), Eastern Command (1951) [15]
Sir Mervyn Brogan 1915 1994 19 May 1971 Chief of the General Staff (1971–73)
Richard Burr 1964
2018 Chief of Army (2018–22)
John Caligari 1960
2014 Chief Capability Development Group (2014–15) [16]
Cyril Clowes+ 1892 1968 1949 [17]
John Coates 1932 2018 1990 Chief of the General Staff (1990–92) [18]
Sir Thomas Daly 1913 2004 19 May 1966 Chief of the General Staff (1966–71) [19]
Sir Donald Dunstan 1923 2011 1977 Chief of the General Staff (1977–82) [20]
Hector Edgar 1903 1978 1958 Eastern Command (1960–63), Southern Command (1958–60) [21]
Mark Evans 1953
2008 Chief of Joint Operations (2008–11) [22]
Natasha Fox*
5 June 2023 Chief of Personnel (2023–) [23]
John Frewen*
2018 Chief of Joint Capabilities (2021–), National COVID Vaccine Taskforce (2021–22), Principal Deputy Director Australian Signals Directorate (2018–21)
Sir Ragnar Garrett 1900 1977 October 1954 Chief of the General Staff (1958–60), Southern Command (1954–58) [24]
Ken Gillespie 1952
2005 Chief of Army (2008–11), Vice Chief of the Defence Force (2005–08) [25]
John Grey 1939
1992 Chief of the General Staff (1992–95) [26]
Sir Edmund Herring 1892 1982 1942 I Corps (1942–44), New Guinea Force (1942–43), II Corps (1942) [27]
Frank Hickling 1941
1998 Chief of Army (1998–2000) [28]
Sir Talbot Hobbs 1864 1938 1918 Australian Corps (1918–19) [29]
Sir Carl Jess 1884 1948 1 September 1942 Chairman of the Manpower Committee (1939–44) [30]
Sir John Lavarack 1885 1957 1939 / 1941[Note 4] First Army (1942–44), I Corps (1941–42), Southern Command (1939–40) [13]
Peter Leahy 1952
2002 Chief of Army (2002–08) [31]
James Gordon Legge+ 1863 1947 14 January 1924 [32]
Sir Iven Mackay 1882 1966 1941 New Guinea Force (1943–44), Second Army (1942–44) [13]
Sir James McCay+ 1864 1930 1926 [33]
Charles Miles 1884 1958 1940 Eastern Command (1940–41) [34][35]
David Morrison 1956
2011 Chief of Army (2011–15) [36]
Sir Leslie Morshead 1889 1959 1942 I Corps (1944–45), Second Army (1944), New Guinea Force (1944), II Corps (1943) [13]
Desmond Mueller 1943
2000 Vice Chief of the Defence Force (2000–02) [37]
Robert Nimmo 1893 1966 1954 United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (1952–66) [38]
Sir John Northcott 1890 1966 6 April 1942 British Commonwealth Occupation Force (1946), Chief of the General Staff (1940, 1942–45) [13]
Lawrence O'Donnell 1933
1987 Chief of the General Staff (1987–90)
Sir Reginald Pollard 1903 1978 August 1957 Chief of the General Staff (1960–63), Eastern Command (1957–60) [39]
Ash Power 1957
2011 Chief of Joint Operations (2011–14)
Gavan Reynolds*
2020 Chief of Defence Intelligence (2020–) [40]
Sir Horace Robertson 1894 1960 December 1945 Southern Command (1953–54), British Commonwealth Forces Korea (1951), British Commonwealth Occupation Force (1946–51), First Army (1945–46) [13]
Sir Sydney Rowell 1894 1975 1942 / 1946[Note 5] Chief of the General Staff (1950–54), Vice Chief of the General Staff (1946–50), I Corps (1942) [41]
John Sanderson 1940
1992 Chief of Army (1995–98),[Note 6] Commander Joint Forces Australia (1993–95), Commander United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (1992–93) [42]
Sir Stanley Savige 1890 1954 1944 II Corps (1944–45), New Guinea Force (1944), I Corps (1944) [13]
Victor Secombe+ 1897 1962 1951 Northern Command (1952–54), Eastern Command (1951–52) [43]
Edward Smart 1891 1961 24 October 1940 Southern Command (1940–42) [13]
Ernest Squires 1882 1940 1938 Chief of the General Staff (1939–40), Inspector General of the Australian Army (1938–39) [44]
Simon Stuart*
2022 Chief of Army (2022–) [45]
Sir Vernon Sturdee 1890 1966 13 October 1939 Chief of the General Staff (1940–42, 1946–50), First Army (1944–45) [13]
Sir Henry Wells 1898 1973 February 1951 Chairman, Chiefs of Staff Committee (1958–59), Chief of the General Staff (1954–58), British Commonwealth Forces Korea (1953–54), Southern Command (1951–53) [46]
John Whitham+ 1881 1952 1940 Southern Command (1940) [47]
Sir Eric Woodward 1899 1967 December 1953 Eastern Command (1953–57) [48]
Henry Wynter 1886 1945 1941 Lieutenant General Administration at Allied Land Headquarters (1942–44), Eastern Command (1941–42) [49]

Major generals and brigadier generals

Australian major general's rank insignia
A dash (—) in the "Died" column indicates that the person is still living.

  This along with the * (asterisk) indicates that the major general is still a serving member of the Australian Army.
  This along with the + (plus sign) indicates that the officer retired with the honorary rank of major general.

Name Born Died Date promoted Senior command(s) or appointment(s) in rank Notes
Peter Abigail 1948
December 1996 Land Commander Australia (2000–02), Deputy Chief of Army (1998–00), Head Strategic Policy and Plans (1996–98) [50]
Paul Alexander
25 March 2008 Commander Joint Health and Surgeon General of the Australian Defence Force (2008–11) [51]
Arthur Allen 1894 1959 1941 Northern Territory Force (1943–44), 7th Division (1941–42) [52]
Warren Anderson 1894 1973 1947 Adjutant-General and Second Member of the Military Board (1947–51) [53]
John Antill+ 1866 1937 26 January 1924 [54]
Peter Arnison 1940
1991 Land Commander Australia (1994–96), 1st Division (1991–94) [55]
Jim Barry 1932
1985 3rd Division (1985–87) [56]
Leslie Beavis 1895 1975 1 September 1942 Chairman of the New Weapons and Equipment Development Committee (1946–52), Master-General of the Ordnance (1942–46) [57]
Donald Begg 1924 2021 19 April 1974 Logistics Command (1974–76) [58]
David Blake 1887 1965 1 September 1942 Northern Territory Lines of Communication Area (1942) [59]
Charles Brand+ 1873 1961 5 September 1933 [60]
Paul Brereton 1957
2010 Cadet, Reserve and Employer Support Division (2010–14)
William Bridges 1861 1915 15 August 1914 General Officer Commanding Australian Imperial Force (1914–15), 1st Division (1914–15) [61]
John Broadbent 1914 2006 1 December 1963 2nd Division (1965–66), Communication Zone (1963–65) [62]
Julius Bruche 1873 1961 1 October 1923 Chief of the General Staff (1931–35), Royal Military College, Duntroon (1931), Adjutant-General (1927–29), 1st Military District (1920–25) [63]
Ross Buchan 1935 2003 1987 Training Command (1987–91) [64]
James Burston+ 1856 1920 January 1920 [65]
Roy Burston 1888 1960 16 February 1941 Director General of Medical Services (1942–48) [66]
Rolland Busch 1920 1985 1968 Chaplain-General (Uniting Church) (1979–81), Chaplain-General (Presbyterian) (1968–79) [67]
David Butler 1928 2020 1982 Training Command (1982–84) [68]
Cecil Callaghan 1890 1967 1 September 1942 AIF in Malaya (1942), 8th Division (1942) [69]
Ian Ross Campbell 1900 1997 18 August 1954 Royal Military College, Duntroon (1954–57) [70]
James Cannan 1882 1976 July 1942 Quartermaster General (1940–45), 2nd Division (1940) [71]
John Cantwell 1956
4 December 2006 Joint Task Force 633 (2010–11), Chief of Operations, Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority (2009), Deputy Chief of Army (2007–08) [72]
Shane Caughey 1962
2013 Director of Operations, United States Central Command (2016–18), Deputy Chief of Joint Operations (2013–15) [73]
Grant Cavenagh
2007 Commander Joint Logistics (2010–13), Head Land Systems (2007–10) [74]
Dave Chalmers 1958
28 June 2006 Northern Territory Emergency Response Taskforce (2007–09), Head Information Capability Management Division (2006–07) [75]
John Chapman 1896 1963 1 September 1942 Quartermaster General (1951–53), Central Command (1950–51), Army Representative on the Australian Military Mission, Washington (1946–50), Deputy Chief of the General Staff (1944–46), Deputy-Adjutant and Quartermaster General (1942–44) [76]
Michael Clifford 1956 2017 2005 Head of Information Capability Management (2005–06) [77]
Jim Connolly 1944
1995 Commander Australian Theatre (1997–99), Director Defence Intelligence Organisation (1995–96) [78]
Elizabeth Cosson 1958
November 2007 Head Defence Support Operations (2007–10) [79]
Charles Cox+ 1863 1944 1 March 1923 [80]
Walter Coxen 1870 1949 7 March 1927 Chief of the General Staff (1930–31), Quartermaster General (1925–30) [81]
Bill Crews 1944
1993 Director Defence Intelligence Organisation (1997–99), Assistant Chief Defence Force (Logistics), Assistant Chief of the General Staff – Material [82]
Paul Cullen 1909 2007 1 December 1961 Citizen Military Forces Member of the Military Board (1964–66), Communication Zone (1961–63) [83]
Brian Dawson 1954
2010 Australian Military Representative to NATO and the European Union (2010–13) [84]
Stephen Day 1960
2012 Head of Cyber and Information Security, Australian Signals Directorate (2013–15), Chief of Plans, ISAF Joint Command (2012–13) [85]
Derek Deighton 1930 1991 1982 Logistics Command (1985–87), Chief of Logistics – Army (1982–85) [86]
Thomas Dodds 1873 1943 1 May 1930 Adjutant General (1929–34) [87]
Ivan Dougherty 1907 1998 1 July 1952 Citizen Military Forces Member of the Military Board (1954–57), 2nd Division (1952–54) [88]
Major Downes 1834 1923 1901[Note 7] Commandant of the Military Forces in Victoria (1899–1902) [Note 8][89]
Rupert Downes 1885 1945 1 August 1935 Director of Medical Services, Second Army (1942–44), Inspector General of Medical Services (1941–42), Director-General of Medical Services (1934–41) [Note 9][90]
Edmund Drake-Brockman 1884 1949 1 July 1937 3rd Division (1937–42) [91]
Peter Dunn 1947
1996 Head of the Defence Personnel Executive (1997–00), Military Head of the Defence Efficiency Review Secretariat (1996–97) [92]
James Durrant 1885 1963 13 October 1939 Queensland Lines of Communication Area (1942–44), Northern Command (1941–42), Western Command (1939–41) [93]
Kenneth Eather 1901 1993 July 1945 11th Division (1945–46) [94]
Harold Elliott 1878 1931 24 August 1927 3rd Division (1927–31) [95]
David Ferguson 1941
1994 Force Commander, Multinational Force and Observers (1994–97)
Ian Flawith
2006 2nd Division (2006–09) [96]
Gerard Fogarty
2011 Head People Capability (2011–14) [97]
John Forsyth+ 1867 1928 9 February 1925 [98]
Duncan Francis 1937 2004 1985 Chief of Material (1985–91) [99]
Colin Fraser 1918 2001 1968 Logistic Command (1973–74), Southern Command (1971–73), Commander Australian Force Vietnam (1970–71), Commandant of the Royal Military College, Duntroon (1968–70) [100]
Tony Fraser 1958
25 August 2006 Head Helicopter Systems Division (2006–10) [101]
Craig Furini
2018 Commander Joint Agency Task Force Operation Sovereign Borders (2018–20) [102]
Frederick Galleghan+ 1897 1971 1948 Head of the Australian Military Mission to Germany (1948–49) [103]
Gregory Garde 1949
2001 Assistant Chief of the Defence Force (Reserves) and Head Reserve Policy (2001–04) [104]
Sir John Gellibrand 1872 1945 30 June 1918 3rd Division (1918–22) [105]
Peter "Gus" Gilmore 1962
2010 Military Strategic Commitments Division (2016–19), Commander Forces Command (2015–16), Deputy Chief of Army (2013–15), Special Operations Command (2011–13) [106]
Sir William Glasgow 1876 1955 30 June 1918 4th Division (1921), 1st Division (1918–19) [107]
Rank Name Born Died Notes
Brigadier General Robert Anderson 1865 1940 [108]
Brigadier General Stuart Milligan Anderson ? ? [109] (British officer)
Brigadier General Alfred Bessell-Browne 1877 1947 [110]
Brigadier General William Kinsey Bolton 1860 1941 [111]
Brigadier General Reginald Spencer Browne 1856 1943 [112] a.k.a. Spencer Browne
Brigadier General Sydney Christian 1868 1931 [113]
Brigadier General Charles Stewart Davies ? ? (British officer)[114]
Brigadier General Cecil Foott 1876 1942 [115]
Brigadier General Hubert John Foster 1855 1919 [116]
Brigadier General Duncan Glasfurd 1873 1916 [117] (British officer)
Brigadier General Henry Goddard 1869 1955 [118]
Major General Ian Gordon 1952 [119]
Major General Joseph Maria Gordon 1856 1929 [120]
Major General Steve Gower 1940 [121]
Major General Stuart Graham 1920 1996 [122]
Brigadier General William Grant 1870 1939 [123]
Major General Ron Grey 1930 [124]
Brigadier General Thomas Griffiths 1865 1947 [125]
Major General Harold Grimwade 1869 1949 [126]
Major General Peter Haddad 1947 [127]
Major General Heathcote Howard Hammer 1905 1961
Major General John Leslie Hardie 1882 1956 [128]
Major General John Hartley ? ? [129]
Major General Bob Hay 1920 1998 [130]
Brigadier General James Heane 1874 1954 [131]
Major General William George Henderson 1919 1995 [132]
Brigadier General Sydney Herring 1881 1951 [133]
Major General Mike Hindmarsh 1956 [134]
Major General John Hoad 1856 1911 [135]
Major General Clifton Hoeben 1947 [136]
Major General William Holmes 1862 1917 [137]
Major General Ronald Hopkins 1897 1990 [138]
Major General Neville Howse 1863 1930 [139]
Major General Frederic Hughes 1858 1944 [140]
Major General James "Jim" Curnow Hughes 1929 2016 [141]
Major General Ronald Lawrence Hughes 1920 2003 [142]
Major General Godfrey Irving 1867 1937 [143]
Major General Robert Jackson 1886 1948 [144]
Major General William James 1930 2015 [145]
Major General Michael Jeffery 1937 2020 [146][147]
Brigadier General Alexander Jobson 1875 1933 [148]
Major General George Johnston 1868 1949 [149]
Major General Michael Keating 1945 [150][citation needed]
Major General Mark Kelly 1956 [151]
Major General Justin Kelly ? ? [citation needed]
Major General Paul Kenny ? - [152]
Major General Michael Krause ? ? [153]
Major General Robert William Knights 1912 1975 [154]
Brigadier General George Hodges Knox 1885 1960 [155]
Brigadier General John Lamrock 1859 1935 [156]
Brigadier General Harry Lassetter 1860 1926 [157]
Major General Kevin Latchford 1927 2013 [158]
Brigadier General Raymond Leane 1878 1962 [159]
Major General Stanley Ferguson Legge 1900 1977 Son James Gordon Legge [160]
Major General Duncan Lewis 1954 [161]
Major General Charles Lloyd 1899 1956 [162]
Major General Herbert Lloyd 1883 1957 [163]
Major General Charles Long 1914 1980 [164]
Brigadier General George Long 1874 1930 [165]
Major General Denzil MacArthur-Onslow 1904 1984 [Note 10]
Brigadier General George MacArthur-Onslow 1875 1931 [Note 11][166]
Major General James Macarthur-Onslow 1867 1946 [Note 12][167]
Major General Kenneth Mackay 1859 1935 [168]
Major General Kenneth Mackay 1917 2004 [169]
Brigadier General Henry Normand MacLaurin 1878 1915 [170]
Brigadier General Edward Fowell Martin 1875 1950 [171]
Major General John Maxwell ? ? [172]
Major General Bruce Alexander McDonald 1925 1993 [citation needed]
Brigadier General John Patrick McGlinn 1869 1946 [173]
Major General David McLachlan 1937 ? [174]
Major General Fergus (Gus) Andrew McLachlan ? ? [175]
Major General Paul McLachlan ? ? [176]
Major General Maurie McNarn ? ? [177]
Major General Ronald McNicoll 1906 1996 [Note 13][178]
Brigadier General Walter McNicoll 1877 1947 [Note 14][179]
Major General Tim McOwan ? [180]
Major General Gordon Maitland 1926 2018 [181]
Major General Greg Melick 1949 ? [182]
Brigadier General John Meredith 1864 1942 [183]
Major General Edward Milford 1894 1972 [Note 15][184]
Major General Michael Milford 1962 [Note 16][185] Grandson of Edward James Milford.
Major General Jim Molan 1950 2023 [186]
Major General Newton Moore 1870 1936 [187]
Major General Basil Morris 1888 1975 [188]
Major General Alan Morrison 1927 2008 [Note 17][189]
Major General David Mulhall ? ? [190]
Major General Ian Thomas Murdoch ? ? [191]
Major General John Murray 1892 1951 [192]
Major General Craig Orme ? ? [193]
Major General John Paton 1867 1943 [194]
Major General Sandy Pearson 1918 2012 [citation needed]
Brigadier General Samuel Pethebridge 1862 1918 [195]
Major General Owen Phillips 1882 1966 [196]
Major General Eric Plant 1890 1950 [197]
Brigadier General Harold Pope 1873 1938 [198]
Major General Selwyn Porter 1905 1963 [199]
Major General Stephen Porter 1961 [200][201]
Major General Roger Powell 1949 [202]
Major General Gustave Ramaciotti 1861 1927 [203]
Major General Alan Ramsay 1895 1973 [204]
Brigadier General Colin Rankin 1869 1940 [205]
Major General George Rankin 1887 1957 [206]
Major General Robert Risson 1901 1992 [citation needed]
Major General Frank Roberts 1951
Major General Len Roberts-Smith 1946 [207]
Brigadier General James Robertson 1878 1951 [208]
Major General Charles Rosenthal 1875 1954 [209]
Brigadier General John Royston 1860 1942 [210]
Major General Mick Ryan [211]
Major General Granville Ryrie 1865 1937 [212]
Major General Victor Sellheim 1866 1928 [213]
Major General Colin Hall Simpson 1894 1964 [214]
Major General Ewen Sinclair-MacLagan 1868 1948 [215] (British officer)
Major General Mick Slater 1958 [citation needed]
Brigadier General Robert Smith 1881 1928 [216]
Major General Steve Smith 1959 [217]
Major General Stuart Smith 1963 [218]
Major General Nevill Smyth 1868 1941 [219]
Major General Clive Steele 1892 1955 [220]
Major General William Alan Beevor Steele 1895 1966 [221]
Major General Jack Stevens 1896 1969 [222]
Major General John Stevenson 1925 2008 [223]
Brigadier General Campbell Stewart 1884 1947 [224]
Major General Alan Stretton 1922 2012 [225]
Major General Paul Symon 1960 [226]
Major General Richard Treacy ? ? [227]
Major General Edwin Tivey 1866 1947 [228]
Major General Kathryn Toohey ? ? [229]
Major General Alan Vasey 1895 1945 [230]
Major General Norman Vickery 1917 1998 [231]
Major General Douglas Vincent 1916 1995 [232]
Major General Roy Walsh 1888 1962 [233]
Major General John Whitelaw (general, born 1894) 1894 1964 [234] Both father and son were named
Major General John Stewart Whitelaw
Major General John Whitelaw (general, born 1921) 1921 2010 [235]
Major General Simone Wilkie 1964 [236]
Major General Thomas Williams 1884 1950 [237]
Major General Simon Willis ? [92]
Major General Arthur Gillespie Wilson 1897 1981 [238]
Brigadier General Lachlan Wilson 1871 1947 [239]
Major General Neil Wilson 1947
Major General Richard Wilson 1955 [240]
Major General Victor Windeyer 1900 1987 [241]
Brigadier General Evan Wisdom 1869 1945 [242]
Major General George Wootten 1893 1970 [243]

See also

References

Footnotes
  1. ^ An Australian brigadier is not classed as a "general", whereas an Australian brigadier general was. The British Army replaced the rank of brigadier general with colonel-commandant in 1922, and then with brigadier in 1928. The Australian Army did something similar. The rank of brigadier general was abolished in the Australian Army in 1921, and it was eventually replaced by that of brigadier in 1929. In the interim titles such as 'colonel-in-command', 'colonel-of-staff' and 'colonel-commandant' were used for officers posted into that level of command.(Cadet Instructor's Handbook 2006)
  2. ^ Birdwood, an officer of the British Indian Army, had been General Officer Commanding Australian Imperial Force (1915–19) during the First World War. He was granted the honorary rank of field marshal in the Australian Military Forces when promoted to field marshal in the British Army in 1925.
  3. ^ Monash, who had served as Director General of Repatriation (1918–19) and General Officer Commanding Australian Corps (1918) during the First World War, had retired in 1920 and was promoted on the Unattached List.
  4. ^ Lavarack accepted a demotion to major general in 1940 to assume command of the 7th Division.
  5. ^ Rowell was promoted lieutenant general on assuming command of I Corps in April 1942, but was dismissed from the command in September and subsequently reduced to major general. He was restored to lieutenant general in 1946 on appointment as Vice Chief of the General Staff.[41]
  6. ^ Sanderson was Chief of the General Staff until the position was re-titled as Chief of Army in February 1997.
  7. ^ Downes was placed on the Retired List of the British Army in 1884 as an honorary major general. He subsequently served with the South Australian Military Forces, Victorian Military Forces and, following the Federation of Australia, the Australian Military Forces. He was placed on the Retired List of the Australian Military Forces with the rank of major general in 1902.[89]
  8. ^ Major General Major Downes was the father of Major General Rupert Downes.[89]
  9. ^ Major General Rupert Downes was the son of Major General Major Downes.[89]
  10. ^ Major General Denzil MacArthur-Onslow was the nephew of Major General James Macarthur-Onslow and Brigadier General George MacArthur-Onslow.
  11. ^ Brigadier General George MacArthur-Onslow was the brother of Major General James Macarthur-Onslow and uncle of Major General Denzil MacArthur-Onslow.
  12. ^ Major General James Macarthur-Onslow was the brother of Brigadier General George MacArthur-Onslow and uncle of Major General Denzil MacArthur-Onslow.
  13. ^ Major General Ronald McNicoll was the son of Brigadier General Sir Walter McNicoll and the elder brother of Vice Admiral Sir Alan McNicoll.
  14. ^ Brigadier General Sir Walter McNicoll was the father of Major General Ronald McNicoll and Vice Admiral Sir Alan McNicoll.
  15. ^ Major General Edward Milford was the grandfather of Major General Michael Milford.
  16. ^ Major General Michael Milford is the grandson of Major General Edward Milford.
  17. ^ Major General Alan Morrison was the father of Lieutenant General David Morrison.
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