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However, from until his death, Sir John Monash had no good reason to attract attention to his German background. Monash later claimed to have met the bushranger Ned Kelly during his raid there in The family was advised to move back to Melbourne to let John reach his full potential, and they moved back in He was educated under Alexander Morrison at Scotch College, Melbournewhere he passed the matriculation examination when only 14 years of age.
He initially worked for private contractors on bridge and railway construction, and as their advocate in contract arbitrations.
Following a period with the Melbourne Harbour Trustin he entered into partnership with J. Anderson as consultants and contractors. He was promoted to captain inmajor inand in he became a lieutenant-colonel in the intelligence corps.
He was colonel commanding the 13th Infantry Brigade in Training was undertaken at Broadmeadows, Victoriabefore embarking in December Assigned the role of divisional reserve, Monash came ashore early on 26 April.
Elsewhere, the offensive also stalled,  resulting in disaster for the last co-ordinated effort to defeat the Turkish forces on the Gallipoli Peninsula.
While the brigade recuperated on LemnosMonash took leave in Egypt, where he learned of his appointment as a Companion of the Order of the Bath. This process resulted in the 4th Brigade being split and providing a cadre of experienced personnel to form the 12th Brigade.
It was also reassigned to the 4th Division. On 25 Aprilthe first anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli, while at Tel-el-Kebir, Monash and his men solemnly observed Anzac Day. Monash distributed red ribbons to soldiers present at the first landing and blue ribbons to those who came later.
In July, Monash was promoted to major general and placed in command of the Australian 3rd Division. He was involved in many actions, including MessinesBroodseindeand the First Battle of Passchendaelewith some successes, but with the usual heavy casualties.
In Mayhe was promoted to lieutenant general and made commander of the Australian Corpsat the time the largest individual corps on the Western Front.
Monash in Charles Beanthe official Australian war historian, noted that Monash was more effective the higher he rose within the Army, where he had greater capacity to use his skill for meticulous planning and organisation, and to innovate in the area of technology and tactics.
Both Bean and Monash, however, having seen the very worst excesses of Allied military doctrines and the waste of life on the Western Front, were determined that the role of the commander was to look after, and protect as far as possible, the troops under their command.
Bean, who wrote in his diary of Monash "We do not want Australia represented by men mainly because of their ability, natural and inborn in Jews, to push themselves",  conspired with Keith Murdoch to undermine Monash, and have him removed from the command of the Australian Corps.
The allied attack was spearheaded by the Australian Corps, who had been given the capture of enemy artillery as a key objective in the first phase by Monash in order to minimize the potential harm to the attacking forces. The defeated German leader, General Erich Ludendorffdescribed it in the following words: Monash hadmen under his command, including 50, inexperienced Americans.
Monash planned the attack on the German defences in the Battle of the Hindenburg Line between 16 September and 5 October The Allies eventually breached the Hindenburg Line by 5 October, and the war was essentially over.
He also won the respect and loyalty of his troops: Soon after the conclusion of hostilities Monash was appointed Director-General of Repatriation and Demobilisation, heading a newly created department to carry out the repatriation of the Australian troops from Europe.
In Augustwhile in London, he wrote a book titled The Australian Victories in France inalthough it was not published until April He was also vice-chancellor of the University of Melbourne from until his death eight years later. Monash was honoured with numerous awards and decorations from universities and foreign governments.
After a Jewish service, and a gun salute, he was buried in Brighton General Cemetery. TaylorMonash was "the only general of creative originality produced by the First World War.
First, he was the first Australian to fully command Australian forces and he took, as following Australian commanders did, a relatively independent line with his British superiors.
And finally, he, along with staff officer Thomas Blameyforcefully demonstrated the benefit of thorough planning and integration of all arms of the forces available, and of all of the components supporting the front line forces, including logistical, medical and recreational services.lives Washington attorney Arthur Goldberg, counselor to the United Steelworkers of America now in McXlenaghan,, oUtgoing commander who bas been assigned as an:ROTC instructor at Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon.
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