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Henry Fleetwood Thuillier

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Name  Henry Thuillier

Henry Fleetwood Thuillier

Major General Sir Henry Fleetwood Thuillier, KCB, CMG, (30 March 1868 - 11 June 1953) was a British Army officer who played a significant part in the development of gas warfare.


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Early life and family

Thuillier was born at Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India, on 30 March 1868, the son of Colonel Sir Henry Ravenshaw Thuillier, KCIE.

His son was Lt. Col. Henry Shakespear Thuillier (1895-1982).


Thuillier's early career was spent in India. During the First World War he commanded a division and a brigade.

From 1927 to 1930 he commanded 52nd (Lowland) Infantry Division.


Thuillier died 11 June 1953.

Selected publications

  • The Principles of Land Defence and Their Application to the Conditions of To-Day. 1902.
  • Gas in the next war. Geoffrey Bles, London, 1939. (German translation published in Zürich by Scientia, 1939, as Das gas im nächsten krieg. Introduction and notes by V. Tempelhoff).
  • References

    Henry Fleetwood Thuillier Wikipedia

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