Assistant Under Secretary of State for War

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United Kingdom
Office of the Assistant Under Secretary of State for War
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Royal Arms as used by His Majesty's Government
War Office
StyleThe Right Honourable
(Formal prefix)
Assistant Under Secretary of State for War
SeatWestminster, London
AppointerThe British Monarch
on advice of the Prime Minister
Term lengthNo fixed term
Formation1854-?
First holderJohn Arthur Godley
Final holderJames Ramsden

The Assistant Under Secretary of State for War was a British Government level position established in 1877 when the office of the chief clerk at the war office was re designated assistant under secretary of state for war [1]

History

The Assistant Under Secretary of State for War was a British Government level position established in 1877 when the office of the chief clerk at the war office was re designated assistant under secretary of state for war [2]

Assistant Under Secretary of State for War

Name Entered office Left office
Arthur Lawrence Haliburton[3] 1888 1895
Sir Guy Douglas Arthur Fleetwood[4] 1898 1900
Charles Glynne Earle Welby 1900 1902
Sir Bertram Blakiston Cubitt, KCB.[5] 1914 1926

Footnotes

  1. Roper, Michael (1998). The Records of the War Office and Related Departments, 1660-1964. London: Public Record Office. p. 196. ISBN 9781873162453.
  2. Roper, Michael (1998). The Records of the War Office and Related Departments, 1660-1964. London: Public Record Office. p. 196. ISBN 9781873162453.
  3. Tennyson, Brian Douglas (2013). The Canadian Experience of the Great War: A Guide to Memoirs. Lanham, Maryland, United States: Rowman & Littlefield. p. 467. ISBN 9780810886797.
  4. Funnell, Warwick; Chwastiak, Michele (2015). Accounting at War: The Politics of Military Finance. Cambridge: Routledge. p. 44. ISBN 9781317508489.
  5. "Sir Bertram Blakiston Cubitt, KCB". geni_family_tree. My Heritage Ltd. Retrieved 25 September 2019.

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