Relationship between Brooke and churchill 1930-1997

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  • General Brooke's relationship with Churchill
    • General Brooke disputed on many different smaller subjects with Churchill
      • They never agreed and this frustrated churchill
    • Marshal Sir Allen Brooke, was a highly competent organiser and a professional
    • He was often annoyed by churchills thinking aloud. And churchill coming up with many different ,military ideas.
    • His diarys often refer to his long exhausting meetings and political frustration with political interferences
    • When it came to major decisions Churchill and Brooke had very few disagreements
    • Brooke and other generals supported churchill's decision in 1940 to send britain's military equipment to the middle east , to maintain the british empire
      • The other generals agreed as they too had little enthusiasm to have a renewal of fighting in northern europe

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