British Military officer who founded the Son Scouts. A embellished military guy, he fought in the next Boer Battle, the Anglo-Ashanti Wars, the Siege of Mafeking, and many other issues. He 1st experienced scouting during his child years, when he prevented school by monitoring and hunting video game in the wooded regions of his hometown. His “Scouting for Kids” manual became a significant part of youngsters culture. He wedded Olave St. Clair in 1912. He and Olave experienced three children collectively. He and Peter Twinn had been both officials in the English Army.
|1||Grandfather of Robert Crause Baden-Powell.|
|2||Older brother of Agnes Baden-Powell who helped him create the female version of the Boy Scouts, the Girl Guides.|
|3||Was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1939, however, the Nobel committee ultimately decided not to issue the award to anyone that year because of the start of World War II.|
|4||Inspiration for The World Scouting Movement.|
|5||Inspiration for the Boy Scouts of America.|
|6||Started the Boy Scouts of England with the intent of training boys in survival and outdoors skills.|
|7||Commanded the British Army during WWI.|
|Boy Scouts to the Rescue||1917||Robert Baden-Powell|
|Boardwalk Empire||2012||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The Woodpigeon Patrol||1930||Himself|
|The Man Who Changed His Mind||1928||Short||Himself|
|Boys of the Otter Patrol||1918||Himself|
|Opening of the Drill Hall in Accrington by General Baden-Powell||1904||Short||Himself|
|Major General Baden-Powell at St. George's Hall||1903||Documentary short||Himself|
|Arrival of Major General Baden-Powell||1901||Documentary short||Himself|
|Baden-Powell's Arrival at Southampton||1901||Documentary short||Himself|
|Earl Roberts and General Baden Powell||1900||Documentary short||Himself|
|Masterpiece Mystery||2010||TV Series||Himself|
|The Lost World of Mitchell & Kenyon||2005||TV Mini-Series documentary||Himself|
|Moi, Tintin||1976||Documentary||Himself (as Branden Powell)|
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