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  1. 13-in/35 Mark 1 Gun (US)
  2. 14-in Mark VII Torpedo (UK)
  3. 14-in Torpedo Dropping Gear (UK)
  4. 14-in VII B A.W. Torpedo Tube (UK)
  5. 14-in VII B D.R. A.W. Torpedo Tube (UK)
  6. 14-in V D2 A.W. Torpedo Tube (UK)
  7. 16-in Torpedo (UK)
  8. 1910 in the Royal Navy
  9. 21-in Fiume Torpedo
  10. 21-in Long A.W. Torpedo Tube (UK)
  11. 21-in Mark III Torpedo (UK)
  12. 21-in Short A.W. Torpedo Tube (UK)
  13. 24cm L45 Gun (AH)
  14. 3. Geo. IV. c. 19
  15. 30.5cm L45 Gun (AH)
  16. 35cm L45 Gun (AH)
  17. 50E Class Torpedo Boat (1904)
  18. Account of Angus Dacres Nicholl at the Battle of Jutland
  19. Account of Prince Albert at the Battle of Jutland
  20. Action of 19 August, 1916
  21. Adjutant General, Royal Marines
  22. Admiral (Imperial German Navy)
  23. Admiralty Letter to Jellicoe, 31 July, 1914
  24. Admiralty Volunteer Committee
  25. Adoption of Convoy in the Great War
  26. Advance Report of B.C.F. Gunnery Committee
  27. Aim Corrector Committee (Royal Navy)
  28. Albert Bryant
  29. Alexander Milne Papers at the National Maritime Museum
  30. Alfred Edgar
  31. Alfred Thomas Clay
  32. Allied Aviation
  33. Anglesey Airship Station
  34. Anti-Submarine Grenade (FR)
  35. Anti-Torpedo Net
  36. Archibald McGlasson
  37. Arthur Guy Smith
  38. Arthur MacArthur, Jr.
  39. Asquith Letter to Lady Jellicoe, 1 November, 1917
  40. Auxiliary Royal Naval Sick Berth Reserve (Royal Navy)
  41. Babcock & Wilcox
  42. Bacon Letter to Jellicoe, 27 December, 1917
  43. Balfour Papers at the British Library
  44. Battle Cruiser Fleet Orders
  45. Battle Practice in the Royal Navy
  46. Bausch and Lomb Rangefinders
  47. Beatty Letter to Jellicoe, 9 June, 1916
  48. Befehlshaber der Aufklärungsstreitkräfte
  49. Benjamin Titheridge
  50. Biography Papers at the National Maritime Museum

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