Louis Hu·bert Gon·zalve [lwee y-ber gawn-zalv] /lwi üˈbɛr gɔ̃ˈzalv/, 1854–1934, French marshal: resident general of Morocco 1912–16, 1917–25.
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Historical Examples of lyautey
Such were the problems that General Lyautey found awaiting him.
General Lyautey is quoted as having said that "a work-shop is worth a battalion."
Such were the swift and brilliant results of General Lyautey's intervention.
General Lyautey said, "A workshop is worth a battalion in Morocco."
A moment later General Lyautey and his staff were riding in at the gates below us.
British Dictionary definitions for lyautey
Louis Hubert Gonzalve (lwi ybɛr ɡɔ̃zalv). 1854–1934, French marshal and colonial administrator; resident general in Morocco (1912–25)
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