|Series||Australian Army history series|
|LC Classifications||DU116.2.M426 W73 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 280 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||2003427412|
Sir James Whiteside McCay: A Turbulent Life. This book examines the life of McCay and his relationship with Monash. Elliott enemy federal fire Fromelles front line Gallipoli German Government Haking Hutton Ibid imperial infantry Intelligence Corps James McCay James Whiteside McCay John Monash July June kilometres Krithia Labor Letter. Journal of the Australian War Memorial - Issue 37 Christopher Wray, Sir James Whiteside McCay: a turbulent life, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, , viii + pp., illustrations, maps, bibliography, index, hard cover, rrp $ Reviewed by: JOHN CONNOR, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra. During the First World War, James Whiteside McCay became the . Sir James Whiteside McCay (), soldier, politician and lawyer, was born on 21 December at Ballynure, Antrim, Ireland, eldest of ten children of Rev. Andrew Ross Boyd McCay (). A biography of Lieutenant General Sir James Whiteside McCay, a lawyer, politician and General in the First AIF. In the course of a successful political career he had been a member of Australia's first federal parliament, and while Minister for Defence he had introduced far-ranging reforms of the Australian Army's command : Christopher Wray.
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James Whiteside McCay is a featured article; it (or a previous version of it) has been identified as one of the best articles produced by the Wikipedia so, if you can update or improve it, please do so. This article appeared on Wikipedia's Main Page as Today's featured article on Decem Lieutenant General Sir James Whiteside McCay KCMG, KBE, CB, VD (21 December – 1 October ) was an Australian general and politician. A graduate of the University of Melbourne, where he earned Master of Arts and Master of Laws degrees, he established a successful legal practice, McCay & Thwaites. He was a member of the Victorian Parliament . McCay, Sir James Whiteside (–) Born: 21 December Ballynure, Antrim, Ireland. Died: 1 October Victoria, Australia. Cultural Heritage: Irish; Religious Influence: Presbyterian; Related Entries [View as tree] Reid, George Oswald (son-in-law) Monash, John (friend) Holmes, William (colleague) Pope, Harold (subordinate officer). Search Results for "WHITESIDE" - 8, Messages per page: Re Will do look ups Hickman CO TN DEED BOOK A-G, Posted on: 10 Dec , now derilict and delapatated I am sad to house is also the family home of the late Sir James Whiteside McCay of Australlian first occupier of this house was my GT,Gt,Gt,Gt.