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Major-General George Philip (Pip) Bradley Roberts, MC, DSO and Bar, CB, was the British Army’s youngest Major-General at 37, and perhaps their best armoured commander.
Roberts joined 3 Royal Tanks as a subaltern at the age of 19, spending 13 years in Egypt apart from a stint instructing at the Tank Driving and Maintenance School. When the war broke out in 1939, he was promoted to Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General (DAQG) to the Desert Rats. As DAQG he was responsible for ensuring that they had enough supplies to fight.
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