Military Leader

  • (noun): A leader of military forces.

Some articles on military leader, military, leader:

Themes in "The Winter King"
... happened without a courageous and skillful military leader directing the opposition "(Lupack) ... the author does not refer to Arthur as a king, yet as a "skillful military leader" ... words and one could say the same qualities of a military leader are reflected in the warriors in The Winter King ...
Tuzk-e-Taimuri - Military Leader
... In about 1360 Timur gained prominence as a military leader whose troops were mostly Turkic tribesmen of the region ... This was the second military expedition that he led, and its success led to further operations, among them the subjugation of Khorezm and Urganj ... his own tribe, the Barlas, in place of its former leader, Hajji Beg ...
Hungarian Prehistory - Migrations - Etelköz
... spiritual ruler and an administrative and military leader – similar to the Khazar practise ... ibn Rustah also recorded that the nominal leader of the tribal federation Hétmagyar was styled kende, but its military leader was the gyula ... the holder of the third dignity (following its military leader) was styled kündür, which suggests that the Khazar Khagan granted this title to the newly ...
Prominent Afro-Russians
... eastern Africa, Central Ethiopia), statesman, military leader, politician Ivan Gannibal - (son of Abram Gannibal), military leader Alice Edun - (Nigeri ...
Eucleian Society - Some Notable Members
... Matthews - Religious Leader, Educator Theodore Frelinghuysen - Educator, Politician William Weston Patton - Educator Richard Grant White - Author, Educator James Augustus ... - Military Leader, Politician Edward Smith - Athlete, Businessman Elmer Kenneth Strong - Athlete, Businessman A ... Edwards - Politician, Businessman Howard Crosby - Educator, Religious Leader Ernest Howard Crosby - Politician, Educator, Religious Leader Lyman Abbott - Educator, Religious Leader, Politician Samuel Tilden ...

Famous quotes containing the words leader and/or military:

    In Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Canada has at last produced a political leader worthy of assassination.
    Irving Layton (b. 1912)

    Personal prudence, even when dictated by quite other than selfish considerations, surely is no special virtue in a military man; while an excessive love of glory, impassioning a less burning impulse, the honest sense of duty, is the first.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)