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Unit History: Department of the Chaplain-General
Chaplain-Generals are appointed in all Commonwealth Realms and their job is to represent the Anglican faith as an organisation. In the British Army, a Chaplain-General conducts religious services. During the Second World War, the Chaplain-General was equivalent to a Major General and was under the control of the Permenent Under-Secretary of State.
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