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  1. General Sir Arthur Henry Fitzroy Paget, GCB, GCVO, PC (Ire) (1 March 1851 – 8 December 1928) was a soldier who reached the rank of General and served as Commander-in-Chief, Ireland, where he was partly responsible for the Curragh Incident.

  2. General Sir Arthur Henry Fitzroy Paget, GCB, GCVO, PC (Ire) (1 de marzo de 1851 - 8 de diciembre de 1928) fue un soldado quien alcanzó el rango de General y sirvió como Comandante en Jefe en Irlanda, donde fue en parte responsable del Incidente de Curragh.

  3. Sir Arthur Paget GCB, PC (15 January 1771 – 26 July 1840) was a British diplomat and politician. Life [ edit ] Arthur Paget was the third son of Henry Paget, 1st Earl of Uxbridge and his wife Jane Champagné daughter of Arthur Champagné, Dean of Clonmacnoise in Ireland.

  4. 3 de mar. de 2014 · The details of what happened are uncertain because different accounts were given by those involved, but Westminster feared that the Ulster Unionists might invade southern Ireland and General Sir Arthur Paget, commander-in-chief in Ireland, was ordered to make preparations to prevent them.

  5. 12 de abr. de 2019 · The Paget papers : diplomatic and other correspondence of the Right Hon. Sir Arthur Paget, g.c.b., 1794-1807 : Paget, Arthur, Sir, 1771-1840 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive.

  6. 2 de jun. de 2024 · In 1914 the British commander there, General Sir Arthur Paget, on the instructions of Colonel Seely, the Secretary of State for War, informed his officers that military action might be necessary against private armies in Ulster.

  7. General. Commissioned into the Scots Guards in 1869, he took part in the Ashanti War in West Africa in 1873 and then served in Sudan and Burma and in South Africa during the Anglo-Boer War. In 1911 he moved on to be Commander-in-Chief, Ireland which he relinquished on the outbreak of World War I.