Quotes said by Douglas Haig

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i am the best! that was his quote No, I don't think he said that exactly.

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Douglas Haig was born on June 19, 1861.

When was Douglas Haig born?

Douglas Haig was born on June 19, 1861.

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He was called 'The Butcher of the Somme'. Some Germans said in World War 1 that 'The British are lions led by asses'. General Haig led the battle of the somme. some say he was a good general. some say he was not. It was his fault billions died. He didn't seem to learn from his mistakes, he just repeated them.

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How old is Douglas Haig?

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