Brigadier General Lachlan Chisholm Wilson

Brigadier General Lachlan Chisholm Wilson has been described as the least known distinguished soldier in Queensland.

Studio portrait L.C. Wilson, 1914

His leadership of the unmounted Regiment on Gallipoli earned him the C.M.G. He was a commander who remained cool throughout the ill-fated campaign and led his men with authority and skill. The Evacuation of Gallipoli however, was not the end of this soldiers' war.

Leaders of the Australian Light Horse in Palestine, 1918 AWM: ART09557

Staff of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade 1918, left to right, back row: Lieutenants Hammond & Barker; front row: Brigadier General Lachlan Chisholm Wilson, Captain Lyall. AWM: P01541.004

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