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  • ...ervice in history has ever had a tradition so long and glorious as that of the Royal Navy.''</div> ...ships of the World—Victory Edition<ref>Kafka; Pepperburg. ''Warships of the World—Victory Edition''. p. 535.</ref></div>
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  • ...ourse.jpg|thumb|right|450px|A group portrait of Commanders and Captains on the War Course which began in September, 1902. From left to right, standing: [ ...and then at Portsmouth. Branch war colleges were located at Devonport and the Nore.
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  • ...oyal Navy (30 November, 1833 &ndash; 28 September, 1912) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...eturn he was promoted to the rank of {{CaptRN}} on 6 February, 1866.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/23068/pages/773 n
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  • ...In 1912 he was dismissed in acrimonious circumstances by [[First Lord of the Admiralty]] [[Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill|Winston Churchill]] and wen Bridgeman-Simpson was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on 8 April, 1873.
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  • [[File:Wemyss Orpen.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral of the Fleet Rosslyn Wemyss, First Baron Wester Wemyss, portrayed as an Admiral.<b ...es Campaign]] during the [[First World War]], followed by his elevation to the position of [[First Sea Lord]] in 1917.
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  • ...aw the introduction of convoy and the evolution of a proper Naval Staff at the Admiralty. ...d in the Beatty-Jellicoe spectrum continues to dominate public thinking of the Dreadnought Era.
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  • ...Navy, Retired (2 November, 1866 &ndash; 29 April, 1933) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...as awarded the Freeman prize; a silver watch and chain valued at £10: and the Yarborough Scholarship; value of 35 guineas (just under £37).<ref>Kiddle.
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  • [[File:May, IWM Q 80193.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral of the Fleet Sir William H. May.<br><small>Photograph: © IWM (Q 80193).</small>]] ...er, 1930) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]] in the period leading up to the [[First World War]].
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  • [[File:Vice-Admiral Wilson (LoC).jpg|thumb|right|300px|Admiral of the Fleet Sir Arthur K. Wilson (seen as a Vice-Admiral).<br><small>Image: Libra ...man, he refused a Peerage and only succeeded to the Wilson Baronetcy after the death of his brother in 1919.
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  • [[File:Callaghan, NPG x65163.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral of the Fleet Sir George A. Callaghan, 1918.<br><small>© National Portrait Gallery ...tant an influence on Royal Navy war planning in the last years of peace as the Sea Lords.
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  • ...]. He was killed while temporarily attached to the {{UK-GoodHope|f=t}} at the [[Battle of Coronel]] in November, 1914. ...thweil, County Dublin, the son of Wellington Darley and Anne Frances Tudor on 29 August, 1876.
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  • ...itter feud which threatened to tear the navy in half in the early years of the Twentieth Century. ...father thrashed him with orders not to remount until he learned to ride." The third son William later declared, "that he would rather meet an army of Zul
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  • ...and retire from the Navy in December of that year, dying early in 1917 at the age of fifty-six. George John Scott Warrender was born on 31 July, 1860, the second son of Sir George Warrender, Sixth Baronet, of Lochend, Haddingtonsh
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  • ...Inspector of Merchant Navy Gunnery and finally as Chief of Air Services at the Admiralty. ...rty-third, with 1,199 marks.<ref>"Cadetships in the Royal Navy" (News). ''The Times''. Thursday, 2 July, 1891. Issue '''33366''', col C, p. 8.</ref>
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  • ...l, 1867 &ndash; 30 July, 1920) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]] during the [[First World War]]. Napier was promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} on 14 December, 1887.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/25771/pages/7300
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  • ...Royal Navy (20 February, 1862 &ndash; 22 November, 1933) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...ed for three years in the cruiser {{UK-Imperieuse}}, flagship of the China station.
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  • ....V.O., R.N. (2 November, 1854 &ndash; 23 February, 1945) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...rom the ''Victoria and Albert'' with seniority of 5 September, 1877.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/24501/pages/5151
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  • ...e Naval Inter-Allied Commission of Control in Berlin, before retiring with the rank of Admiral in 1924. He was knighted in 1918. ...Arthur Knyvet Wilson, Third Baronet|Arthur K. Wilson]], and then served on the instructional staff. Charlton afterwards served as Torpedo Lieutenant in s
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  • ...C.B.E., Royal Navy, Retired (27 July, 1873 &ndash; 1963) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. Powlett was mentioned in Seymour's despatch after the relief attempt:
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  • ...Navy, Retired (6 August, 1865 &ndash; 15 February, 1945) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...n India on 6 August, 1865, the son of Lieutenant-Colonel W. C. B. Ryan, of the Indian Army. He was educated at Bromsgrove School.
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