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Brigadier-General Sir Ormonde de l' p e Winter KBE CB CMG DSO
(1875-1962) was a British Army officer and author who after service
in World War I was responsible for intelligence operations in
Ireland during the Anglo-Irish War. He later became a British
Fascist and fought for the Finnish Army in the Winter War. Winter
was a Royal Artillery officer and served in the First World War. He
was appointed as Chief of the British Army intelligence branch and
deputy chief of police in Dublin where he was known as "O," and
"the holy terror." Prior to his appointment as CIO he was an 'old'
Colonel, who next found himself a young Brigadier-General.
Draconian in outlook he was reported to have precipitated the
suicide of three of his juniors.
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