(1865-1931) Australian civil engineer, army officer, and administrator. He was a colonel at the outbreak of World War I and commanded the 4th Infantry Brigade through the Gallipoli campaign. He then established a reputation as a commander in France 1916 and in 1918 succeeded Birdwood in command of the Australian Corps, becoming recognized as one of the most capable of the British corps commanders in battles such as Amiens, Mont St Quentin, and the breaking of the Hindenburg Line.
After the war he was chairman of the State Electricity Commission of Victoria, as well as holding several other public positions. He was also a Jewish spokesperson and active Zionist.