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  • ...gn=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> ...onnel</u> in view of the 1000 in the {{DE-Derfflinger}} & the 885 in the {{DE-Blucher}} &c..<br>Yours truly<br>Fisher<br>25.1.15<br>I asked Crease to see
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  • ...as a Rear-Admiral, 1920.<br><small>© National Portrait Gallery, London.</small>]] ...lerophon'' prepared to leave on a sweep:{{ArthurTrueGlory|Midshipman Brian de Courcy-Ireland, quoted on pp. 63-4.}}
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  • ...adnought") and general types those specific types conform to (e.g., "Small Cruiser", "Capital Ship"). This scheme helps soften the Balkanization of classific * [[:Category:Ship (DE)]]
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  • {{Tenure|rank=Captain|name=Charles Martin-de-Bartolomé|nick=Charles Bartolomé|appt=1 December, 1908<ref>Bartolomé Ser ...NA|ADM 196/43.}} f. 459.</ref>|note=and as Flag Captain from Vice-Admiral de Robeck hoisting his flag}}
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  • ...>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Raglan'' (1915)|fate2={{DE-Breslau}} and {{DE-Goeben}}{{DittColl|p. 102}} ...new class of ship, with a shallow draught for inshore work and a requisite small number of big guns was specified.
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  • ...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]]. ...atea|f=p}} heralding [[David Beatty, First Earl Beatty|Beatty]]'s [[Battle Cruiser Fleet]]'s (B.C.F.) sighting of the [[High Sea Fleet]]. At 16:00, after the
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  • ...d Fisher, 1916.<br><small>Portrait: © National Portrait Gallery, London.</small>]] ...was an officer of the 78th Regiment of Foot (Highlanders) serving as Aide-de-Camp to the Governor of Ceylon. In 1841 he decided to leave the army, and
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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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  • ...s system of telegraphy, and also, for the purposes of working out the many small details required for ship fittings of the Marconi apparatus, and establishi ...9 the squadron was renamed the [[Sixth Cruiser Squadron (Royal Navy)|Sixth Cruiser Squadron]], and he gave up command on 10 October, 1910, arriving back in Br
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  • ...yal (1911)|''Princess Royal'']] (Captain [[Osmond de Beauvoir Brock|Osmond de B. Brock]]) was ordered detached from the Grand Fleet. ...DE-Gneisenau}} and the light cruisers {{DE-Dresden}}, {{DE-Leipzig}} and {{DE-Nurnberg}} arrived at the Falkland Islands on the morning of 8 December, a
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  • ...od as a Rear-Admiral.<br><small>Image: In the collection of Simon Harley.</small>]] In October, 1914 Hood was placed in command of a small naval force assisting the British and Belgian armies in stemming the German
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  • ...miral Sir Murray F. Sueter.<br><small>Portrait: By courtesy of Mary Sias.</small>]] In 1903 Sueter married Elinor Mary de Winton (d. 1948), only daughter of Sir Andrew Clarke; they had two daughter
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  • ...K. Wilson (seen as a Vice-Admiral).<br><small>Image: Library of Congress.</small>]] ...Captain to Sir Michael Culme-Seymour, Wilson, as senior captain, worked on cruiser scouting systems and exercised independent command.
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  • ...ce-Admiral.<br><small>Portrait: Francis Dodd. © IWM (Art.IWM ART 1763).</small>]] ...'''Henry Francis Oliver''', G.C.B., K.C.M.G., M.V.O., H<small>ON. L.L.D.</small>, Royal Navy (22 January, 1865 &ndash; 15 October, 1965) was an officer of
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  • ...{{UK-Russell}} from the newly-disbanded {{UK-BS|6}}, and also a new small cruiser.{{SMNLApr15|p. 10}} ...k=Vice-Admiral|name=John Michael de Robeck, First Baronet|nick=Sir John M. de Robeck|appt=19 July, 1916{{UKCeased|p. 4}}|end=1 December, 1916}}
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  • ..., as an Admiral.<br><small>Photo: Imperial War Museum. © IWM (Q 71928).</small>]] ...oys' training ships. On 17 October, 1906, he was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to King Edward VII, vice [[Robert Swinburne Lowry|Lowry]].<ref>''The
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  • ...onary of English Surnames''. p. 307.</ref> G.C.B., K.C.V.O., H<small>ON.</small> L.L.D. (Durham), Royal Navy (5 July, 1856 &ndash; 20 September, 1929) was ...air, June 1900.<br><small>Portrait: © National Portrait Gallery, London.</small>]]
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  • .... A naval blockade of Tsingtao by a largely Japanese force that included a small British contingent began on 27 August. A land siege began on 31 October and ...tecting German interests there during the Mexican Revolution. The third, {{DE-1Nurnberg|f=p}}, was on her way to relieve ''Leipzig''.
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  • [[File:Lord Charles de la Poer Beresford.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Admiral Lord Beresford.]] [[Admiral (Royal Navy)|Admiral]] '''Charles William de la Poer Beresford, First Baron Beresford''', G.C.B., G.C.V.O., Royal Navy (
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  • At 3.25 <small>P.M.</small>, G.M.T. enemy ships were reported on the starboard bow, bearing E. by N. At 3.30 <small>P.M.</small> enemy ships were in sight from {{UK-Lion}} and a range of 23,000 yards obt
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  • ...of the usual weekly cruises towards the Fisher Banks. The [[Third Battle Cruiser Squadron (Royal Navy)|3rd B.C.S.]] had gone up to Scapa Flow for target pra ...aw drop was quite 2,000 yards short of us, and did not seem to have a very small spread. 3.50 ''Lion'' opened fire, and we opened fire. Target 4th ship fr
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  • ...though there was a half-moon, the sea was sufficiently disturbed to render small objects, even boats, difficult to discern. Had not Mr. MONTGOMERIE been a He was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to King Edward VII on 15 March, 1904, vice [[Randolph Frank Ollive F
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  • 1. T<small>HAT</small> the attached Statement of Facts dealing with the compilation of the Offici 2. A<small>ND</small> I make this solemn Declaration conscientiously believing the same to be tr
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  • ...' at right.<br><small>Image: By courtesy of Terry Dickens [astraltrader].</small>]] ...g me kindly by the shoulder and saying, "Well, my little man, you are very small for your age. Why are you being sent to sea?"<br>
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  • S<small>IR</small>, I<small>N</small> compliance with your orders, I have the honour to forward the following re
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  • I<small>N</small> accordance with your signal 0600 of to-day, I have the honour to submit th 2. At 3.15 p.m., enemy reports between the Light Cruiser Squadrons and Battle Cruisers and the Commander-in-Chief began to be receiv
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  • ...t Scouting Group of three battlecruisers and the armoured cruiser S.M.S. {{DE-Blucher}}, the four light cruisers of the 2nd Scouting Group and two flotil 'The intention was to make an extended destroyer advance with cruiser support, in order to clear the course to the Dogger Bank of trawlers employ
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  • ...ocks or on the water front, and we had some experience of yachting both in small craft & large yachts, amongst the latter being the racing yacht belonging t ...commission the ''Newcastle'' and Jellicoe visited China, Port Stanley, Rio de Janeiro, South Africa and St. Helena, where Jellicoe visited Napoleon Bonap
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  • ...quently delayed till mid-December because of machinery problems with the {{DE-VonDerTann|f=t}}.{{GoldrickKing'sShips|p. 191}} ...a potentially suspicious transit through the Kiel Canal. The submarine {{DE-U27}} was sent to reconnoitre Scarborough and Hartlepool, and reported weak
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  • ...th Cruiser Squadron''', also called '''Cruiser Force I''' from 1914, was a cruiser squadron of the [[Royal Navy]]. <div name=fredbot:office0 otitle="Rear-Admiral Commanding, Ninth Cruiser Squadron" nat="UK">
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  • The '''Fifth Light Cruiser Squadron''' was a [[Royal Navy]] formation during the [[First World War]]. {{UK-1Penelope}} was damaged by a torpedo from the {{DE-UB29}} on 25 April, but curiously remains a member of the flotilla, on pape
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  • ...arrow seas.[* Compare Mons. L. E. Bertin's work, "Etat actuel de la Marine de Guerre."] ...As an example, the ''Vernon'' frigate may be compared with the third-class cruiser ''Pearl'' of nearly the same displacement.
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  • ! align= center | <small>Where</small><ref>TNA = The National Archives, Kew; NMM = National Maritime Museum, Gree ! align= center | <small>Reference</small>
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  • ...ith nucleus crews only. Her strength is now twenty-four old T.B.Ds. and a cruiser based on Devonport.<ref>"Torpedo Flotilla Organization" ''The Times'' (Lon |align=center colspan=5|'''Flotilla Cruiser'''
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  • Light cruiser '''H.M.S. ''Amphion''''', completed in 1913, was the first ship of the [[Ro ...s contemporary documents do, as one of seven ships of the [[Boadicea Class Cruiser (1908)|''Boadicea'' class]].
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  • ...enry Hervey Campbell|Henry H. Campbell]], Rear-Admiral Commanding, Seventh Cruiser Squadron, and Rear-Admiral [[Arthur Henry Christian|Arthur H. Christian]], ...h and a half of WWI both British and German submarines sank an enemy light cruiser. Some British admirals, such as Admiral Sir [[John Rushworth Jellicoe, Firs
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  • The eleven [[Third Class Cruiser|third class cruisers]] of the '''''Pelorus'' Class''' were completed betwee ...gn=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small>
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  • On 7 June, 1916, Vice-Admiral Beatty asked the light cruiser squadrons that had operated with him to submit a report of the recent [[Bat :2. At 2.23 p.m., the Light Cruiser Screen being then spread
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  • ...ni personally adjusted the equipment and great results were obtained. The small factors that allowed for such improvements were continually revealing thems |rowspan=5 align=center|Training Squadron<br>/<br>Cruiser Squadron||[[H.M.S. St. George (1892)|''St. George'']]||rowspan=4 align=cent
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  • ...and 500 by night on tunes "Q" to "W" at 2.4 Kw power. It was thought that small ships would do 200/400 miles.{{ARTS1909|Wireless Appendix, p. 21}} ...-mile set and cruisers an as-yet undesigned twenty-mile set in future, the cruiser set having two wave-lengths, one being the same as that for the battleships
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  • ==Small Innovations== The directors started out pretty basic. Clever torpedomen soon thought of small changes that would make them better, and these were often viewed at the Tor
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  • * The First [[Town Class Cruiser (1909)|Town Class]]: 1908-31 (Part 1 of 3), by David Lyon * The ''Kiev'': Cruiser or Carrier?, by John Jordan
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  • ...' was one of four third class protected cruisers of the [[Barracouta Class Cruiser (1889)|''Barracouta'' class]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1890. There was a small cruiser named {{UK-1Blanche}} that came after and fought in the [[Great War]].
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  • ...1885 as one of four second class protected cruisers of the [[Leander Class Cruiser (1882)|''Leander'' class]], but she served as a depot ship in the Great War There was also a light cruiser named [[H.M.S. Leander (1931)|''Leander'']] launched in 1931.
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  • The {{UK-LCS|2}} operated in a screening role for the [[Battle Cruiser Fleet]] at the [[Battle of Jutland]]. proceedings of the Second Light Cruiser Squadron, consisting of
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  • :Some men had previously got away on a small raft, and After Torpedo Tube at the rear Cruiser. The results of this shot
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  • Battle Cruiser Squadrons, less " {{AU-1Australia}}," on the afternoon fired at a three-funnelled cruiser steering southwards, and fire
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  • Miscellaneous collection of small signalling books, including 'French Coast Signals given to me by Captain Wo ...amphlet classified Secret, which contains brief instructions on the use of Cruiser Code cipher numbers. [Number 92]
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  • d=188110|s=H.M.S. Cruiser (1852)|s=UNK unknown object|w=Cape Passerro d=18840508|s=H.M.S. Vivid (1883)|s=VES small pleasure boat|w=in the Hamoaze|n=2 dead
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