General Sir Henry George Chauvel was more commonly known as "Sir Harry Chauvel".
Chauvel served in both the Boer War conflict and World War one.
Australian War Memorial, online lists Chauvel as belonging to the following units throughout his military career:
- Australian Division
- Australian Imperial Force in Egypt
- Divisional Headquarters
- Desert Mounted Corps
- 1st Australian Division
- New Zealand and Australian Division
- 1st Australian Light Horse Brigade
- 1st Queensland Mounted Infantry
- 7th Battalion, Australian Commonwealth Horse
In an article entitled "Death of General Sir Harry Chauvel", published in The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) on the 5th March 1945, he was described as the "greatest cavalry general of modern times".