Robert McBride (born 6 July 1963) is the former chief of the metropolitan police for Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. During the apartheid era he was a member of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the armed wing of the African National Congress, and was convicted of terrorism after he bombed a busy night club, in an attack that killed three people. In February 2014 McBride was appointed as Executive Director of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate
Brian Robert McBride (born June 19, 1972) is an American retired soccer player who played as a forward for the Columbus Crew, Fulham and the Chicago Fire and is the fifth highest all-time leading goalscorer for the United States national team. For much of his career, he played in Europe. He would eventually become 'Player of the Season' two times.
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Robert McBride (composer). Robert McBride (February 20, 1911 – July 1, 2007) was an American composer and instrumentalist. YouTube Encyclopedic. Mach One Composer: Mcbride, Jonathan. Robert McBride (1911-2007) : Mexican Rhapsody (1934). Avalanche! Transcription.
Robert Medill McBride was the son of the Reverend Dr. Samuel and Wilhelmina (Medill) McBride. Reverend Samuel McBride was president of the American Bible Union. Robert was educated in public schools. McBride began book publishing 1912, and founded a London publishing house in 1915. Among the books he published were the later works of Frank Buck, including Buck's autobiography, All In A Lifetime. In 1926 McBride published Thorne Smith's novel Topper, which was the basis for the 1937 screwball comedy Topper (film) directed by Norman Z. McLeod. McBride also published a series of travel books which he himself had written, some under the pen name Robert Medill or Marshall Reid