Tag: Harrow School
From the Gales of War to a Life of Peace: H.A.L.H. Wade, Soldier and Interpreter
On 16 December 1888, Harry Amyas Leigh Herschel Wade (1873-1959) received a book from his housemaster at Harrow as “diligentiae praemium” [the reward of industry]. That industry would support Lieutenant-Colonel H.A.L.H. Wade in a career of both warfighting and peacemaking that spanned two World Wars and the rise and fall of the League of Nations.