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  • ...history has ever had a tradition so long and glorious as that of the Royal Navy.''</div> ...liamentary and Financial Secretary to the Board of Admiralty|Parliamentary and Financial Secretary]].
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  • The '''East Indies Station''' was a squadron of the Royal Navy which encompassed the Indian Ocean. In 1941, the command was renamed as th ...By the Meridian of 95° East Longitude between the parallels of 10° North and 10° South Latitude.
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  • ...do trials expecte3d on 5 August before returning to Birkenhead.<ref>"Naval And Military Intelligence." ''The Times'' (London, England), Thursday, Jul 31, ...ome Fleets]].<ref>"Naval and Military Intelligence" (Official Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Wednesday, 22 October, 1913. Issue '''40349''',
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  • |builder=[[Portsmouth Royal Dockyard]]{{DittColl|p. 32}} ...e was transferred to the {{UK-BS|4}}. Following the conclusion of the war and the dissolution of the Grand Fleet in 1919 ''Neptune'' was placed in reserv
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  • ...ade it the perfect place to maintain the blockade of Germany and interdict and German vessels attempting to break out into the Atlantic. It served as the ...d port."<ref>Grand Fleet Orders. "106. Fleet base at Scapa Flow, Orkneys and Shetlands.&mdash;Administration." {{TNA|ADM 137/4052.}} p. 35.</ref>
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  • The five battleships of the '''London Class''' were completed between 1902 and 1904. They are sometime considered a subclass of the [[Formidable Class Ba |[[Devonport Royal Dockyard]]
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  • ...art 3 1911-1914''. pp. 1486-1490.</ref> The [[Admiralty War Staff (Royal Navy)|Admiralty War Staff]] was the result. ...ven faulty dispositions can be swiftly and decisively retrieved. For these and similar other reasons a Naval War Staff does not require to be designed on
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  • ...C. (24 May, 1854 &ndash; 11 September, 1921) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...az), Austria, on 24 May, 1854, the eldest son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine through his morganatic marriage to Countess Julia von Hauke. On 2
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  • ...2, when it was absorbed into the [[Home Fleets (Royal Navy)|Home Fleets]], and from 1919 to 1932, when it was renamed the Home Fleet. ==Institution and Background==
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  • ...designation bestowed upon the senior {{CaptRN}} in some Fleets or on some Stations. It was not, in itself, a rank ''per se''. ...son Moore|Archibald Moore]] was appointed as [[Captain of the Fleet (Royal Navy)|Captain of the Fleet]] to [[William Henry May|Sir William H. May]] in the
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  • .... (13 June, 1854 &ndash; 11 February, 1931) was a leading British engineer and inventor. ...with Charles as stoker, the boys' cousin Lady Bangor fell from the vehicle and was killed. Before William Parsons's death the family cruised each year on
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  • ...form the basic function of a naval staff, and to formulate naval war plans and study naval strategy. ...ector of Naval Intelligence for carrying out the Duties of a General Staff and Re-organisation of the Naval Intelligence Department." 15 May, 1909. The
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  • ...Wilson]], that his command would forthwith be styled "The Channel Fleet", and that he would be styled "The Commander in Chief of the Channel Fleet."<ref> ...March, 1907.<ref>"Naval and Military Intelligence" (Official Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Monday, 4 March, 1907. Issue '''38271''', col D
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  • ...sts the officers, ships, ports and stations and assignments of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...various men were promoted. The amount of information provided is massive and for the most part easier to read than a man's Service Record, but it is gen
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  • ...red T. Jane]]. Major-General F.G. Slade, C.B., R.A., Inspector-General of Royal Garrison Artillery, in the Chair. L<small>ECTURER</small>: — Mr. Chairman, ladies and gentlemen, in venturing to address you upon this subject of defence against
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  • ...now Add. MS. 49040. See also Brit. Mus. Quart., xiii, 1938-1939, pp. 86-89 and pl. xxxvi. ...ander-in-Chief of the Grand Fleet 1914-1916; 1908-1916. Partly typewritten and printed.
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  • ...s situated in Scotland, facing the Orkney Islands. It was a minor [[Royal Navy]] base in the [[Great War]]. [[Category:Royal Navy Fleets and Stations]]
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  • ...Dockyard]] and [[Pembroke Royal Dockyard]] and ships not attached to other fleets. Command-in-Chief of the port command was usually vested in an {{AdmRN}} o {{Tenure|rank=Admiral|name=Alfred Ernest Albert, Third Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha|nick=H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh|appt=4 August, 1890{{ClowesVII|p. 8
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  • ...encompassed [[Portsmouth Royal Dockyard]] and ships not attached to other fleets. Command-in-Chief of the port command was usually vested in an {{AdmRN}}. ...20 October, 1904<ref>"Important Naval Appointments" (Official Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Monday, 20 June, 1904. Issue '''37425''', col A
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  • ...d by such Ministers as Sir James Graham, Sir Francis Baring, Lord Halifax, and the Duke of Somerset, after each had enjoyed many years' experience of Admi ...on foreign stations, is wholly mischievous, being derogatory to one party and unimproving to the other.
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