Walter Braithwaite
General Sir Walter Pipon Braithwaite, GCB (11 November 1865 – 7 September 1945) was a British general during World War I. After being dismissed from his position as Chief of Staff for the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force, he received some acclaim as a competent divisional commander on the Western Front. After the war, he was commissioned to produce a report analyzing the performance of British staff officers during the conflict.

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Braithwaite [married name Lawrence], Dame (Florence) Lilian (1873–1948), actress, was born in Ramsgate on 9 March 1873, the daughter of the Revd John Masterman Braithwaite (1846–1889), then a curate and later vicar of Croydon, and his wife, Elizabeth Jane, daughter of Colonel Thomas Sidney Powell CB of the 53rd regiment. She was the eldest of seven children, five of them boys, of whom two achieved distinction in the services (Colonel Francis Powell Braithwaite and Vice-Admiral Lawrence Walter Braithwaite). A third became European manager of the Christian Science Monitor. Lilian was educated at Croydon and Hampstead high schools and in Dresden, Germany. Starting as an amateur actress, her ambition to become a professional aroused a storm of family protest which, however, she managed to overcome and, joining the Shakespearian company of William Haviland and Gerald Leslie Lawrence (1873–1957), she sailed for South Africa and made her first professional appearance at Durban in 1897. She married Lawrence in the same year, and their daughter, Joyce Carey (1898–1993), was born after their return to London. The marriage ended in divorce. Her first appearance in London was in 1900 with Julia Neilson in As You Like It at the Opera House, Crouch End; she then played in Paul Kester's Sweet Nell of Old Drury at the Haymarket Theatre. In 1901 she joined Frank Benson and appeared in a Shakespeare season at the Comedy Theatre. A tour with George Alexander then followed and she appeared under his management at the St James's Theatre, 1901–4. Braithwaite's ethereal beauty and undoubted talent brought many offers of engagements, and she now embarked upon a West End career that was to end only with her death. Among her early parts were Lady Hermione Wynne in The Flag Lieutenant by W. P. Drury and Leo Trevor, and Mrs Panmure in A. W. Pinero's Preserving Mr Panmure; in 1912 she appeared as the Madonna in C. B. Cochran's production of the mystery spectacle The Miracle at Olympia; in 1913 she was Mrs Gregory in Mr Wu, by Harry Vernon and Harold Owen, with Matheson Lang, and in 1921 she was Margaret Fairfield in A Bill of Divorcement by Clemence Dane. Tall, dark, serene, and lovely, she appeared regularly and successfully in play after play, becoming identified in the minds of theatregoers with beautiful suffering heroines and drawing-room dramas at the Haymarket Theatre. In 1924, however, there came a great change in her career when she accepted at short notice the part of Florence Lancaster in Noël Coward's The Vortex at the Everyman Theatre, later transferring to the West End and then appearing in the same part in New York. With the shingled, promiscuous Florence, Lilian Braithwaite gained recognition as a dramatic actress and said goodbye for ever to suffering heroines. Her parts at this time included the possessive matriarch of Sidney Howard's The Silver Cord and other dramatic roles. In 1928 Braithwaite's métier changed again. She appeared as a ‘ten per cent lady’ in Ivor Novello's The Truth Game at the Globe Theatre and made an enormous success as a light comedienne. The public now could not have enough of this actress who made such malicious remarks in such honeyed accents, and a succession of successful comedies followed one another, among them Flat to Let, Fresh Fields, Family Affairs, Full House, The Lady of La Paz, Bats in the Belfry, Comedienne, and Tony Draws a Horse. Nevertheless, she twice reverted to more dramatic roles with Elizabeth in Elizabeth, la femme sans homme at the Haymarket Theatre (1938) and Lady Mountstephan in A House in the Square (1940) at the St Martin's Theatre. In 1940 Braithwaite went to the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, to work for the Entertainments National Service Association and in 1943 she was appointed DBE. In December 1942, in her seventieth year, she entered upon her greatest success of all with the part of Abby Brewster in Joseph Kesselring's Arsenic and Old Lace at the Strand Theatre, which ran until the beginning of March 1946. She died in London on 17 September 1948, confident that her illness was but a passing thing and that soon she would be rehearsing a new play. She rehearsed, said Noël Coward, ‘with a dry, down to earth efficiency which was fascinating to watch’. Her popularity as an actress was inclined to make serious students of the drama underrate her great ability—her grace, her perfect technique, her exquisite timing. She was a wise and witty woman whose bons mots have passed into theatrical history, and her work for theatrical charities was never ending. She also acted for the cinema and appeared in many British productions. Her last and most noteworthy appearance was in A Man about the House (1947). Diana Morgan/K. D. Reynolds Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
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Professor Frieder Seible appoint new Dean of Engineering at Monash University: announcement from the Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Ed Byrne
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In the 21st century, government and industry are supplementing hierarchical, bureaucratic forms of organization with network forms, compatible with principles of devolved governance and decentralization of services. Clinical networks are employed as a key health policy approach to engage clinicians in improving patient care in Australia. With significant investment in such networks in Australia and internationally, it is important to assess their effectiveness and sustainability as implementation mechanisms.
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