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  • ...' was commissioned at Devonport on 14 November, 1912, for service in the {{UK-BCS|1}},<ref>"Naval and Military Intelligence" (Official Appointments and N ...L. Bashford]] was appointed to her as torpedo officer. An interpreter in German, he would remain in her until 31 May, 1919. He was scolded for losing a to
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  • ...etty free hand out of school." He passed the examination for entry into {{UK-1Britannia|f=p}} first out of batch, and with his term of twenty-three cade ...an Interpreter in French and on the 18th was appointed in command of the {{UK-TB66|f=t}} for manoeuvres.<ref>"The Naval ManÅ“uvres". ''The Times''. Mon
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  • Adams was appointed to {{UK-PrincessRoyal|f=p}}, possibly as gunnery officer, from 9 October 1916 to 1 He was appointed in command of the {{UK-Legion|f=t}} on 8 July, 1918.{{NLFeb19|p. 830}}
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  • ...n 30 June, 1885.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/25485/pages/3002 no. 25485. p. 3002.] 30 June, 1885.</ref> ...December, 1897.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/26924/pages/7854 no. 26924. p. 7854.] 31 December, 1897.</ref>
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  • ...'Boadicea'' on 9 July, 1878.{{NLDec78|p. 199}} On 10 July he passed as an interpreter in French.<ref name=Record1383/> ...September, 1880.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/24881/pages/4847 no. 24881. p. 4847.] 10 September, 1880.</ref>
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  • ...the [[Escape of Goeben and Breslau|escape]] of the [[Imperial German Navy|German]] warships [[Yavuz Sultan Selim (1911)|''Goeben'']] and ''Breslau'' at the ...of 1 June, 1876.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/24339/pages/3616 no. 24339. p. 3616.] 23 June, 1876.</ref>
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  • ...well be spared, and were replaced on 4th June by a field gun's crew from {{UK-1Centurion}}. ...[[Lewis Stratford Tollemache Halliday|Lewis S. T. Halliday]], R.M.L.I., {{UK-Orlando|f=p}}; Captain [[Edmund Wray]], R.M.L.I., Wei-hai-wei detachment; 2
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  • On 15 March, 1897 Duncan was appointed to the {{UK-1Sealark|f=t}}.<ref>"Naval & Military Intelligence" (Official Appointments On 5 July, 1898 Duncan joined the battleship {{UK-Howe}} for a summer cruise.<ref>"Naval & Military Intelligence" (Official A
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  • Dewar was appointed to the {{UK-2Hardy|f=t}} on 1 February, 1897.{{NLApr97|p. 227}} After his retirement on 22 July, 1910, Dewar was appointed to the {{UK-Hannibal|f=t}} for the 1912 manoeuvres on 2 July.<ref>Dewar Service Record.
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  • ...Station (Royal Navy)|Australia Station]], but official appointments as an interpreter would be infrequent for him. On 30 October, 1905 he married Mary Elizabeth ...ry appointment at {{UK-Excellent}} and then a role as gunnery officer in {{UK-Cressy}}, dated from 13 March, 1906.<ref>Townsend Service Record. {{TNA|AD
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  • ...04571}} f. 253.</ref>|precBy=New Command|note=and as Acting Interpreter in German}} {{CatShipDestroyer|UK}}
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  • ...ioned at Chatham on 15 September, 1924. By March, 1925 she was with the {{UK-DF|2}} in the Mediterranean.{{NLApr25|p. 283}} ''Viscount'' was re-commissioned at the Nore on 27 May, 1927 to join {{UK-DF|2}} in the Mediterranean.{{NLFeb29|p. 283}}
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  • ...November, 1917.{{NLAug20|p. 879''b''}} In December 1917, she joined the {{UK-DF|13}}.{{SMNLDec17|p. 12}} ...Devonport on 4 December, 1923. By March, 1925 she was serving with the {{UK-DF|9}} with the Atlantic Fleet.{{NLApr25|p. 279}}
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  • ...1915, ''Marksman'' was the initial and sole leader for the newly formed {{UK-DF|12}}.{{SMNLNov15|p. 12}}. In January, arrival of the {{UK-Royalist}} as flotilla cruiser placed ''Marksman'' in a subordinate role.{{
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  • ...om the official report on the exercises, it appears that he instead took {{UK-Kangaroo|f=p}}.{{ToL|The Naval Manoeuvres|11 July 1901, p. 8}} ...ADM 196/50/159.|D7604571}} f. 253.</ref>|note=and as Acting Interpreter in German}}
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  • {{UK-1Snapper}} was commissioned at Chatham in late February 1901 to replace ''A She and ten other T.B.Ds. of the Devonport Reserve followed the {{UK-Skirmisher|f=tp}} from Plymouth on 21 August 1905 for a practice cruise alo
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  • ...d for charge of a group of vessels in reserve and as Acting Interpreter in German}} {{CatShipPatrolBoat|UK}}
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  • ...x months time on passing out of {{UK-1Britannia}} and being appointed to {{UK-1Repulse}} of the [[Channel Squadron]] on 15 September, 1898. Hemans was appointed {{LieutRN}} & Commander of the {{UK-Avon|f=t}} on 20 March, 1909.{{NLApr10|p. 281}}
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  • Bolster was qualified as an Interpreter in German in April of 1910, first drawing comment for this skill in 1909.<ref>Bolster Bolster was appointed in command of the {{UK-Lightning|f=t}} on 12 December, 1911.{{NLApr14|p. 339}}
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  • ...and told to be more careful in future as he began a half-year command of {{UK-Cygnet|f=p}}. In August of 1910, he was appointed in command of the {{UK-Savage|f=c}}. In May of 1912, Barrow was judged solely to blame for damagi
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