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  • The four [[Third Class Cruiser|third class cruisers]] of the '''Gem Class''' were completed in 1904 and 19 Despite their relatively early construction dates, they proved suitable as scout cruisers attached to Battle Squadrons.
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  • ...on 10 February and went on Half Pay. He was appointed in command of the {{UK-Andromache|f=t}} in the annual manœuvres from 21 July to 10 September He was appointed in command of the cruiser [[H.M.S. Cambrian (1893)|''Cambrian'']] on the [[Mediterranean Station]] on
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  • |nat=UK ...e, she undertook a tow of the wallowing {{UK-Warrior|f=t}}, but the sieved cruiser foundered before harbour could be made.
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  • ...e Robeck, First Baronet|Sir John M. de Robeck]], latterly commanding the {{UK-BS|3}}. The Fleet flagship at this time was {{UK-1Neptune}}, which was not part of any Battle Squadron. 2BS was comprised a
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  • |{{UK-Sutlej|f=p}}||armoured cruiser||18 Nov, 1899||Sold 9 May, 1921 |{{UK-Thorn|f=p}}||destroyer||17 Mar, 1900||Broken up 1919
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  • On 1 April, 1895, Dreyer was lent to the the masted training ship ''Cruiser''. In June he was awarded the First Prize for German in the examination of ...Gunnery School]], and on 16 July he was appointed gunnery officer of the {{UK-Scylla|f=t}} for the annual manÅ“uvres. After ''Scylla'' was paid off, Dre
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  • |{{UK-DukeOfWellington|f=p}}||receiving ship||14 Sep, 1852||Broken up 1904 |{{UK-2Amazon|f=p}}||wooden screw sloop||23 May, 1865||Sunk 1866
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  • '''Battlecruiser''' (sometimes '''Battle Cruiser''' prior to 1915 or so) is a generic term for a fast capital ship similar t ...y a type which could lasso enemy cruisers on the high seas and assertively scout for the battlefleet.
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  • |{{UK-1Mastiff|f=p}}||gunboat||4 Apr, 1871||Sold 28 Nov, 1931 |{{UK-Bloodhound|f=p}}||gunboat||22 Apr, 1871||Sold 28 Jun, 1921
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  • |{{UK-Latona|f=p}}||second class protected cruiser||22 May, 1890||Sold 22 Dec, 1920 |{{UK-1Melampus|f=p}}||second class protected cruiser||2 Aug, 1890||Sold 1910
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  • The seven [[Scout Cruiser|scout cruisers]] of the '''''Boadicea'' Class''' were completed at [[Pembroke Roy ...owever some significant differences. Most notably, {{UK-1Boadicea}} and {{UK-Bellona}} had just six 4-in guns, and the others carry eight or ten. The m
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  • ...ht [[Scout Cruiser|scout cruisers]] of the '''''Sentinel'' class''' (or '''Scout class''') were completed in 1905. | {{Template:UK-1Sentinel}}
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  • ...conceived around 1915 and intended to be mounted on the bridge of a light cruiser or destroyer. The intent was to permit these values to be passed on for pl ...Class Cruiser (1908)|''Boadicea'' class]] (which may mean the entire scout cruiser series) with two of these for use with the [[Torpedo Director Pattern 2380]
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  • ...s contemporary documents do, as one of seven ships of the [[Boadicea Class Cruiser (1908)|''Boadicea'' class]]. ''Active'' was one of four scout cruisers attached to the [[Grand Fleet]] at the [[Battle of Jutland]], unde
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  • The final wrinkle was that all ships from {{UK-Dreadnought|f=p}} and later were retrofitted or completed with [[Open Direc ...power scope with a field of 10 degrees was sent to each of eight light and scout cruisers to see if it might replace the 2.5 power scope for trainers in the
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  • ...sunk as she returned to port.{{March|p. 141}} Commodore (T) was in the {{UK-Amethyst|f=t}}.{{March|p. 164}} ...rtes}}, {{UK-Laurel}}, {{UK-Liberty}}, and {{UK-Lysander}} torpedoed light cruiser {{DE-Mainz}}. Only ''Lysander'' avoided receiving significant damage.{{Mar
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  • ...ne'' were attached to the {{UK-Vernon}}. ''Hardy'' was attached to the ''{{UK-Excellent}}''. |align=center colspan=6|'''Cruiser'''
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  • ...der the orders of the Commander in Chief, Portsmouth and were tenders to {{UK-Pomone}}. |align=center colspan=6|'''Cruiser'''
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  • ...me=fredbot:officecaptD otitle="Captain (D), Sixth Destroyer Flotilla" nat="UK"> ...cellent''), three "B"s and nine "C"s under leaders {{UK-1Adventure}} and {{UK-1Active}}. Upon taking up war station at Dover, ''Nubian'' rejoined the fl
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  • * {{UK-Blonde}} (flag) * {{UK-Venus}} (depot ship)
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