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  • The '''''Courageous'' class''' of warship consisted of two vessels, variously described as battle cruis {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • {| border=1 class="wikitable sortable" |1875 || Cruiser Arc Lantern<ref>Admiralty Weekly Orders. 28 Feb, 1913. {{TNA|ADM 182/4}}.
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  • a Rear-Admiral, 1920.<br><small>© National Portrait Gallery, London.</small>]] Bruen was referred to as "Tiny" by some sailors due to his small stature. As to temperament, he was judged "completely unemotional"; a plac
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  • The only member of her class, she was the first all-big-gun battleship to be laid down, launched, and co .... At some point all 12-inch gun machinery started for the ''Lord Nelson'' class was appropriated to the ''Dreadnought'', and the orders interchanged.{{PQDN
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  • ...rmed part of the [[King George V Class Battleship (1911)|''King George V'' class]]. She saw constant service throughout the [[First World War]] and during ...ght by the wind and swung along side a moored cruiser, crushing one of the cruiser's boats while avoiding collision.
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  • class of ship, with a shallow draught for inshore work and a requisite small number of big guns was specified. Robert E. Lee in February, 1915 - the names of the four ships of the class being American Civil War Generals to reflect the guns background. The monit
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  • ...Royal Navy]], the lead ship of [[Invincible Class Battlecruiser (1907)|her class]] of three, and the first battlecruiser to be built by any country. After ...n 20 March 1909 and joined the [[First Cruiser Squadron (Royal Navy)|First Cruiser Squadron]] of the First Division, [[Home Fleet (Royal Navy)|Home Fleet]].
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  • ...902 and 1904. They are sometime considered a subclass of the [[Formidable Class Battleship (1898)|''Formidables'']]. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small>
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  • ...ord Fisher]], the [[First Sea Lord]], objecting to the removal of a battle cruiser from his command: ...l Commanding the [[First Battle Cruiser Squadron (Royal Navy)|First Battle Cruiser Squadron]] referred in a letter to Jellicoe to "TIGER being as yet unfit" t
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  • ...By 1911 he was at the Admiralty in charge of the design of the novel light cruiser {{UK-1Arethusa}}. His later description of this design in a lecture to Amer ...als of protection though including the early studies for the King George V class battleships. In 1934 he was made O.B.E., which he attempted to refuse seein
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  • ...d Fisher, 1916.<br><small>Portrait: © National Portrait Gallery, London.</small>]] ...British Navy by an Indian merchant at a cost of 84,000. It was the day of small things and of sailing-ships.<ref>Fisher. ''Records''. pp. 11-12.</ref></b
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  • ...tinct from the impulsiveness of [[Battle Cruiser Fleet (Royal Navy)|Battle Cruiser Fleet]] commander, Vice-Admiral [[David Richard Beatty, First Earl Beatty| :[[Jellicoe:Background and Early Life|<small>Main Article</small>]]
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  • ..., 1869. He was entitled to a First Class Certificate in Study and a First Class Certificate in Seamanship, obtaining 1,629/2,000 marks and 783/1,000 marks ...' to qualify in Torpedo Duties. He passed on 21 March, 1883, with a First Class certificate, and on 2 April was appointed to join ''Vernon'' as a Staff Off
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  •|armoured cruisers]] of the [[Monmouth Class Cruiser (1901)|''Monmouth'' Class]] completed between 1903 and 1904. ...ortunity on the passage to conduct a full-power test and drew ahead of her small formation. At about 4.50am on the 21st she ran hard aground on the Samaran
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  • 6.15 p.m.—As "Hercules" started to deploy a salvo, with a small spread, of some five shots straddled our forecastle and deluged the Fore Br her first salvo at an enemy ship—four funnels—apparently of "Roon" class. She was noticed to be already disabled and stopped.
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  • ...g George V's coronation he was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the ...od as a Rear-Admiral.<br><small>Image: In the collection of Simon Harley.</small>]]
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  • ...miral Sir Murray F. Sueter.<br><small>Portrait: By courtesy of Mary Sias.</small>]] Service]] (R.N.A.S.). He was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Civil Division of the Most Honourable Order of the Ba
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  • ...K. Wilson (seen as a Vice-Admiral).<br><small>Image: Library of Congress.</small>]] ...ictoria's golden jubilee, he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • The '''Third Light Cruiser Squadron''' was a formation of light cruisers in the [[Royal Navy]]. Found ...3}} as post-war operations suggested the wisdom of merging heavy and light cruiser operations.
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