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date: 18 February 2020

Anderson, Sir (Warren) Hastingslocked

(1872–1930)
  • Brian Holden Reid

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Anderson, Sir (Warren) Hastings (1872–1930), army officer, was born at the barracks, Aldershot, on 9 January 1872, the eldest son of Lieutenant-General David Anderson, governor of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst (1886–8), and temporary commander of the Aldershot garrison, and his wife, Charlotte Christina...

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