Alan Brooke

Alan Brooke (July 23, 1883 - June 17, 1963) was a Field Marshal and a senior commander in the British Army. He was Chief of the Imperial General Staff during World War II and later promoted to Field Marshal in 1944. Brooke was the foremost military adviser to Winston Churchill, and is regarded as one of the chiefs architects of the Allies victory in 1945.

John Dill

Sir John Dill (December 25, 1881 - November 4, 1944) was a British Field Marshal and a Commander in both World War I and World War II. He played a significant role in the formation of the special relationship between the UK and the US.

Bernard Montgomery

Bernard Montgomery (November 17, 1887 - March 24, 1976), often referred to as "Monty", was a British Army Officer. He successfully commanded Allied forces at the Battle of El Alamein, a major turning point in the Western Desert Campaign during World War II. He was later sent to command in Italy and North-West Europe, where he was command of all Allied ground forces during Operation Overload until after the Battle of Normandy.

Henry Wilson

Henry Wilson (September 5, 1881 0 December 31, 1964) also known as "Jumbo" Wilson, saw active service in the Second Boer war and World War I. He became a senior British General in the Middle East and Mediterranean during World War II. Wilson was promoted to the rank of Field Marshal of the British Army.

Archibald Wavell

Archibald Wavell (May 5, 1883 - May 24, 1950) was a British Field Marshal and the commander of British Army forces in the Middle East during World War II. He led the British Army to victory over the Italians, only to be then defeated by the German Army.

Edmund Ironside

Edmund Ironside (May 6, 1880 - September 22, 1959) was a British soldier who played a significant role as a commander of British forces in Persia. He went on to serve as Chief of the Imperial General Staff during the early part of World War II. He was later promoted to Field Marshal.

John Vereker

John Vereker (July 10, 1886 - March 31, 1946) was a British Soldier who served in both World War I and World War II. He rose to the rank of Field Marshal and he also received the Victoria Cross.

Harold Alexander

Harold Alexander (December 10, 1891 - June 16, 1969) was a British military commander and field marshal. He served as the Governor General of Canada. He was appointed as such by George the VI, the king of Canada. He was recommended by William Lyon Mackenzie for this position. Alexander was known as the Field Marshal to The Right Honourable.