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  • ...our, c. 1913.<br>Image courtesy of [https://www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk/ship.php?ShipID=1258 Battleships-cruisers.co.uk]<br>Her [[British Tripod Directo | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small>
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> ...333X Navyphones|Pattern 3331 Navyphones]] with loud-sounding bells in the auxiliary machinery compartments of [[Lion Class Battlecruiser (1910)|''Lion'']] and
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> ...e water won't run away.<br>We can't use the 2 after 6" guns at all, as the ship would get far too much water in. The ports are now permanently closed.<ref
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> ...this ship, to have been named ''Agincourt'', and the other dockyard-built ship of that year's programme would be proceeded with. On 26 August Churchill r
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> !Ship||30-ft on "B"||30-ft on "X"|| small R.F.(s) aft
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> ...nting (P. IV*); her particulars are documented on [[H.M.S. Lion (1910)|her ship's page]] &mdash; {{UK-PrincessRoyal}}'s configuration is documented here.
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> |[[John Brown & Company]], Clydebank<br>(Ship no. 443)
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> ...333X Navyphones|Pattern 3331 Navyphones]] with loud-sounding bells in the auxiliary machinery compartments of [[Lion Class Battlecruiser (1910)|''Lion'']] and
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  • ...l Navy to arrange for a party of Abyssinian royals to be given a tour of a ship at [[Weymouth]]. In reality, the "Abyssinian royals" were some of Cole's fr In July 1914, the ship was appropriated 42-foot motor launch No. 258, though the boat was not yet
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  • ...ated as part of the [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|twelve ship order]] to receive a director along the lines of that developed in [[H.M.S. In October 1914, the ship was to be given 8 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose stov
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  • .... After many years in this duty she ended up as a decoy and anti-aircraft ship during the Mediterranean campaign of the Second World War. Towards the end ...m on 14 April, 1926. She was slated to replace {{UK-Agamemnon}} as target ship that year, and under the terms of the [[Washington Naval Treaty]] was demil
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  • ...sted in that year's [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|twelve ship order]].{{FCHMShips|pp. 9-10}} Her director was certainly fitted after ''K In October 1914, the ship was to be given seven Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose
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  • ...nty miles N. ΒΌ E. of Tory Island in line ahead, ''Audacious'' being third ship in line. An 8 point turn to starboard in succession was signalled to take ...believed that he had a chance of making the 25 miles to land and beach the ship.<ref name=Goldrick140>Goldrick. ''The King's Ships were at Sea''. p. 140.
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  • ...tation, intended to serve as a visual cue for the helmsman to find his own ship's bow from the {{CT}} when not steering by compass.{{AWO1913|634 of 7 Nov 1 Also in late 1913, the ship landed a Pattern 873 Zeiss stereo spotting telescope Mark II at Portsmouth
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  • In July 1914, the ship was appropriated 42-foot motor launch No. 264, though the boat was not yet ...ated as part of the [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|twelve ship order]] to receive a director along the lines of that developed in [[H.M.S.
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  • ...o ''Orion'' escaped damage. Even so, the precautionary docking of the new ship would delay her joining the Home Fleet as the new second flagship.{{ToL|The ...Julian Francis Chichester Patterson|Julian F. C. Patterson]] served as the ship's gunnery officer from 1914 through 1917.
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  • ...at least December 1912, she served in the {{UK-BS|1}} alongside her sister ship, {{UK-Hercules|f=p}}. ...all equipped with [[British_Wireless_Systems#Short_Distance_Set|Battleship Auxiliary W/T sets]].{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • ...d as part of the [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|seventeen ship order]] to receive a director, but it was not fitted until sometime between ...all equipped with [[British_Wireless_Systems#Short_Distance_Set|Battleship Auxiliary W/T sets]].{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • In October 1914, the ship was to be given 7 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose stov ...d as part of the [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|seventeen ship order]] to receive a director for her main battery. It was fitted sometime
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  • ==Ship's Logs== In October 1914, the ship was to be given 4 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose stov
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  • ...d been assigned to the ship in 1913. In the end, Eto would die aboard the ship and Custance would be the senior officer to avoid this fate in July 1917. The ship exploded shortly before midnight on 9 July 1917. Approximately twenty-four
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  • The ship was commanded by Captain [[Edmond Hyde Parker]] as part of the {{UK-BS|4}}. The ship was one of seven which tested [[Willis and Robinson Electric Revolution Tel
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  • The ship was one of seven which tested [[Willis and Robinson Electric Revolution Tel In 1910, ''Temeraire'' was the best gunnery ship of the 15 tested of the Home Fleet's FIrst Division and {{UK-CS|1}}, scorin
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  • The ship was one of seven which tested [[Willis and Robinson Electric Revolution Tel In July 1914, the ship was appropriated 42-foot motor launch No. 261, though the boat was not yet
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  • |builder=[[John Brown & Company]], Clydebank<br>(Ship no. 374){{JohnstonClydebankBattlecruisers|Footers}} The ship's heavy gun mountings were manufactured by Vicker's, whereas her sisters' w
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> ...lights when they became available.{{ARTS1907|p. 35. The location for each ship type was placement stipulated in C.N.2 11884/13066, 13.12.1906}}
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  • ...down without ceremony on 4 February, 1904, on the same day that her sister ship [[H.M.S. New Zealand (1904)|''New Zealand'']] vacated the slipway.<ref>"The ...with the Squadron until being detached along with {{UK-Africa}} &mdash; a ship that would become her traveling buddy &mdash; in September, 1916.<ref>See [
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  • ...ssignment continued until July, 1919, when she was made a gunnery training ship at Invergordon.{{SMNLJul19|p. 14}} ...all equipped with [[British_Wireless_Systems#Short_Distance_Set|Battleship Auxiliary W/T sets]].{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • ...vy)]] for details on her service in 3BS.</ref> She became an accommodation ship in Chatham-Sheerness that same month.{{SMNLApr18|pp. 13,19}} She kept layi ...all equipped with [[British_Wireless_Systems#Short_Distance_Set|Battleship Auxiliary W/T sets]].{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • In May, 1918, she was assigned to be an accommodation ship in Chatham-Sheerness.{{SMNLMay18|p. 19}} In June, she was noted as "paid o In 1908, the ship was one of just nine equipped with the [["C" Tune Gear]], capable of transm
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  • |builder=[[John Brown & Company]], Clydebank<br>(Ship no. 402){{JohnstonClydebankBattlecruisers|Footers}} ...barrels from the R.A.N.A.D. were lashed to the deck and broke free as the ship turned over and rolled off. These numbers were 258, 377 and 378.<ref>Email
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  • ...'' and ''Bogatyr''. At five minutes to four, Lady Loreburn christened the ship with a bottle of Australian wine. She then severed a ceremonial cord and t ...t]], but it was to be replaced by a [[Type 10 Wireless Set|Type 10 Cruiser Auxiliary set]].{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • In October 1914, the ship was to be given 12 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose sto ...t]], but it was to be replaced by a [[Type 10 Wireless Set|Type 10 Cruiser Auxiliary set]].{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • |builder=[[John Brown & Company]], Clydebank<br>(Ship no. 418){{JohnstonClydebankBattlecruisers|Footers}} ...James Bayley, appointed on the twenty-second.{{NLOct15|p. 398''q''}} The ship commissioned at Clydebank on 3 October.<ref>Roberts. p. 123.</ref> On 12 O
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  • ...Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/44.}} f. 486.</ref>|note=ship is a gunnery training ship}} The two 18-in guns envisioned to arm the ship were designated as "15-inch B. Coast Defence Guns" during manufacture, for
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  • ...333X Navyphones|Pattern 3331 Navyphones]] with loud-sounding bells in the auxiliary machinery compartments of [[Lion Class Battlecruiser (1910)|''Lion'']] and Although in November, 1914 ''Agincourt'' was specified as a ship to receive a director and this task received special emphasis in mid 1915,<
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  • ...rangefinders made her then the most profusely-equipped Royal Navy capital ship prior to {{UK-QueenMary}} and the [[King George V Class Battleship (1911)|' The ship was reduced to reserve at Rosyth on 31 March, 1920.{{NLJan21|p. 802}}
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  • ...t]], but it was to be replaced by a [[Type 10 Wireless Set|Type 10 Cruiser Auxiliary set]].{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}} ...d as part of the [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|seventeen ship order]] to receive a director, but installation seemed delayed for a consid
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  • ...nys]] and engined by [[John Brown & Company]], she was the fastest capital ship in the fleet until {{UK-Tiger|f=p}}, the last of the so-called [["Big Cats" ..., the same day that it was announced in ''The Times'' that the name of the ship would be ''Queen Mary'', in honour of the consort of [[George V|King George
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  • ..., Pursers, Mates, Mid<sup>n</sup> &c. Superintends the Excellent, Gunnery Ship (under the orders of Captain Chads) as well as Scientific Education of the | Service and Appointments of Officers of all Branches, including Auxiliary Patrol (except as reserve to ''First Lord'').
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  • | 3.&mdash;Ship-building. ...ecting vessels proposed to be purchased for the Fleet or to be employed in auxiliary services.
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  • In 1908, the ship was one of just nine equipped with the [["C" Tune Gear]], capable of transm ...id-1913, it was decided to purchase a [[Type 9 Wireless Set|Type 9 Cruiser Auxiliary set]] for her.{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • ...id-1913, it was decided to purchase a [[Type 9 Wireless Set|Type 9 Cruiser Auxiliary set]] for her.{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}} In late July 1914, the ship received one of five [[Waymouth-Cooke Rangefinder]]s purchased for evaluati
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  • That year, she was one of just nine ship equipped with [["C" Tune Gear|"C" Tune wireless equipment]], capable of tra The ship re-commissioned at Devonport on 8 February, 1910. By mid-1911, she was par
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  • The ship completed to full complement at Devonport on 18 June, 1907.{{NLJan08|p. 291 ...is time, it was decided to purchase a [[Type 9 Wireless Set|Type 9 Cruiser Auxiliary set]] for her.{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • ...yed sixteen miles ahead of the battle fleet. She was acting as the linking ship for communications.{{UKJutlandOD|p. 15}} ...id-1913, it was decided to purchase a [[Type 9 Wireless Set|Type 9 Cruiser Auxiliary set]] for her.{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}}
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  • ...the incident, which is somewhat unusual. That same month, command of the ship was being turned over from Captain [[Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe|The Ho The ship was completed to full crew at Devonport on 12 February, 1913 for service in
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  • ...n equipped with [[British Wireless Systems#Battleship Auxiliary|Battleship Auxiliary W/T sets]].{{ARTS1913|W/T Appendix, p. 13}} |colspan=2|'''Repair Ship'''
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  • ...24 August, 1881, and on 19 December, 1882, he was appointed to her sister-ship ''Audacious''. On 25 July, 1884, he was appointed to the battleship ''Sult ...f operations on the 31st October, to the 2nd November, 1917, when a German Auxiliary Cruiser and several Trawlers were sunk in the Kattegat. Their Lordships' ap
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  • ...vember, 1939. This evolved into mine-sweeping work and he took command of auxiliary craft at Yarmouth tasked with this mission. *[[George Bibby Hartford Account of Life in H.M.S. Britannia (Cadet Training Ship)]]
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