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  • ...ain were as follows:—300 British, 112 United States, 28 Austrian, and 40 Italian. ...to (62 officers, 640 seamen, and 213 marines) 915 British, 25 Austrian, 40 Italian, 100 French, 450 German, 54 Japanese, 112 Russian, 112 United States.
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  • ...(G) of {{UK-1Duncan}}. From 1 August, he was appointed to that ship as an interpreter in Russian.<ref>ADM 196/44. f. 410.</ref> ...April 1907, Duncan qualified as an interpreter in six languages: Swahili, Italian, Russian, German, Spanish, and Turkish.{{NLJul11|p. 432''a''}}
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  • ...at his name be removed from a list of those to take the preliminary French interpreter's examination. In 1923, it appears that the service's trials of the variou On 26 December, 1940, a Court of Enquiry into the torpedoing by Italian SM.79 torpedo bombers of [[H.M.S. Glasgow (1936)|H.M.S. ''Glasgow'']] in Cr
    8 KB (1,114 words) - 14:00, 29 December 2018
  • ...omoted to the rank of {{LCommRN}} on 30 June, 1908. He passed preliminary Italian in October, 1909. Nash qualified as interpreter in Italian in April, 1919.
    2 KB (260 words) - 10:22, 24 August 2018
  • ...ments in command of {{UK-RoyalArthur}} and {{UK-Viknor}} had him as acting interpreter in that language.
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  • He qualified as an Interpreter in Greek. ...He was apparently among the eighteen men killed when the ship was hit by Italian bombers on 7 July, 1940.
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