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Re(1): MAJOR GENERAL BRYAN COURTNEY WEBSTER CB CBE IP: 184.108.40.206 Posted on 29/12/2019 at 19:45:15 by Jimmy Haddow
It is always a sad day when any Fusilier passes away, its very sad to hear that a Fusilier General has passed away. General Webster was my O.C.he attended my Wedding to Carmen in 1966 at Quebec Bks and our Reception at Belfast Bks Osnabruck. At an All Ranks Punch Up and Dance in Minden Bks, he told me stories of when he was in the Circus (as George Smiley called it) in the City of London. Later that night just before Midnight he took over the Drums of "The U.S.Army Band Europe")and played as good as their Drummer (who had been in the Count Bassey Orchestra" back in New York but was serving his U.S.National Service in Germany and had been assigned to the U.S. Army Band Europe. Bryan took over the Large set of Drums for the rest of the night and when I left the All Rankers" in Minden Bks at 03:30 a.m. he was still going strong with the actual Drummer watching him as though he was Bryan,s student, at the side of the Drums were a lot of "Empty!! Pint Glasses". General Webster stole the show that night.
He was an "Outstanding Officer" and "Fusilier" he will be "Sadly Missed" by all who Served with him.
Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense.
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