Ernest Dunlop Swinton





Ernest Dunlop Swinton


Born
in Bangalore, India
October 21, 1868

Died
January 15, 1951

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Major General Sir Ernest Dunlop Swinton, KBE, CB, DSO, RE was a military writer and British Army officer. Swinton is credited with influencing the development and adoption of the tank by the British during the First World War. He is also known for popularizing the term "no-mans land". He published several books of non-fiction and fiction including two books under the pseudonym O'le Luk-Oie.





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