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Haig

 (hāg), Douglas First Earl Haig. 1861-1928.
British field marshal who was commander in chief (1915-1918) of the British forces on the western front in World War I.

Haig

(heɪɡ)
n
(Biography) Douglas, 1st Earl Haig. 1861–1928, British field marshal; commander in chief of the British forces in France and Flanders (1915–18)

Haig

(heɪg)

n.
Douglas, 1st Earl, 1861–1928, British field marshal: commander in chief of the British forces in France 1915–18.
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