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General Sir Alexander Frank Philip Christison, 4th Baronet, (17 November 1893 – 21 December 1993) was a British Army officer who served with distinction during the world wars. After service as a junior officer on the Western Front in the First World War, he later distinguished himself during the Second World War, where he commanded XV Indian Corps, part of Sir William Slim's Fourteenth Army, during the Burma Campaign. He then went on to have a successful postwar career, and eventually, in late 1993, lived to the age of 100.

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  • Sir Philip Christison, 4th Baronet
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  • General Sir Alexander Frank Philip Christison, 4th Baronet, (17 November 1893 – 21 December 1993) was a British Army officer who served with distinction during the world wars. After service as a junior officer on the Western Front in the First World War, he later distinguished himself during the Second World War, where he commanded XV Indian Corps, part of Sir William Slim's Fourteenth Army, during the Burma Campaign. He then went on to have a successful postwar career, and eventually, in late 1993, lived to the age of 100.
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  • General Sir Alexander Frank Philip Christison, 4th Baronet, (17 November 1893 – 21 December 1993) was a British Army officer who served with distinction during the world wars. After service as a junior officer on the Western Front in the First World War, he later distinguished himself during the Second World War, where he commanded XV Indian Corps, part of Sir William Slim's Fourteenth Army, during the Burma Campaign. He then went on to have a successful postwar career, and eventually, in late 1993, lived to the age of 100.
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  • Allied Forces,Dutch East Indies(1945–46)
  • Northern Command(1946–47)
  • Quetta Brigade(1938–40)
  • 2nd Battalion,Duke of Wellington's Regiment(1937–38)
  • Scottish Command(1947–49)
  • XXXIII Indian Corps(1942–43)
  • 15th (Scottish) Infantry Division(1941–42)
  • XV Indian Corps(1943–45)
  • Allied Land Forces, South East Asia(1945)
  • Staff College, Quetta(1940–41)
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