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( – 12 August 1930) was a senior British Army officer.One of the few British survivors of the Battle of Isandlwana as a young officer, he also distinguished himself in the Second Boer War.

He introduced the Staff Ride, erroneously attributed by Terraine to Haig.For this, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order in 1886.He returned to his regiment where he commanded troops during the Tirah Campaign of 1897–98. He was promoted brevet lieutenant-colonel on and appointed Commanding Officer of the 13th Sudanese Battalion (16 July 1898).At Sanna's Post (31 March 1900), Smith-Dorrien ignored inept orders from Colville to leave wounded largely unprotected and managed an orderly retreat without further casualties.He took part in the Battle of Leliefontein (7 November 1900).

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