- Edmund Henry Hyn·man [hin-muh n] /ˈhɪn mən/, 1st Viscount,1861–1936, British field marshal: commander of British forces in Egypt in World War I and conqueror of Jerusalem (1917).
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I felt racism on the part of the security at Allenby Bridge.
Allenby's first impression was one of disappointment at the failure of the device.Pleasant Journey
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Byng with the 3rd Cavalry Division was placed under Allenby.1914
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The cavalry, under General Allenby, were ordered to cover the retirement.World's War Events, Vol. I
Allenby is 300 miles from Aleppo and 110 miles from Damascus.
Even in Palestine it took Allenby months to substantiate his position.A Short History of the Great War
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- Edmund Henry Hynman, 1st Viscount. 1861–1936, British field marshal who captured Palestine and Syria from the Turks in 1918; high commissioner in Egypt (1919–25)
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