1910 in the Royal Navy
From The Dreadnought Project
- 5 January.
- 20 January. Captain Sir Robert K. Arbuthnot, Bart. gave a speech at the annual dinner of the Auto-Cycle Union in which he criticised the German and British governments. He was relieved in command of H.M.S. Lord Nelson on 31 January and placed on half pay.
- 24 January. Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher stood down as First Sea Lord. Vice-Admiral Sir Alfred Winsloe steps down as Fourth Sea Lord
- 25 January. Admiral of the Fleet Sir Arthur Knyvet Wilson appointed First Sea Lord. Captain Charles E. Madden appointed Fourth Sea Lord.
- 26 January. Results of Gunlayers' Tests with Heavy Guns issued.
- 6 March. Vice-Admiral Sir Alfred Winsloe succeeded Vice-Admiral the Hon. Sir Hedworth Lambton as Commander-in-Chief on the China Station.
- 22 March. Results of 1909 Battle Practice published.
- 14 April. Creswell J. Eyres succeeded Herbert Lyon as Commodore in charge of the dockyard and establishments at Hong Kong.
- 29 April. Argo Company accepts Board of Admiralty's offer to purchase forty-five Argo rangefinder mountings and indicators over the next three years at £1,350 each, with £15,000 paid in advance.
- 30 April.
- 9 August.
- 26 August. Rear-Admiral Sackville H. Carden succeeded Rear-Admiral Sir Colin R. Keppel as Second-in-Command of the Atlantic Fleet.
- 20 September. Lionel G. Tufnell succeeded Rossyn E. Wemyss as Commodore, Second Class at the Royal Naval Barracks, Devonport.
- 26 September. Rear-Admiral Sir Douglas A. Gamble relieved Sir Henry B. Jackson as Rear-Admiral Commanding, Sixth Cruiser Squadron.
- 4 October. Rear-Admiral Robert H. S. Stokes succeeded Rear-Admiral Charles H. Cross as Admiral-Superintendent of Devonport Dockyard.
- 19 October. Rear-Admiral George E. Patey relieved Rear-Admiral Edward E. Bradford as Rear-Admiral of the Second Division, Home Fleet.
- 25 October. Alexander L. Duff succeeded Christopher G. F. M. Cradock as Commodore, Second Class at the Royal Naval Barracks, Portsmouth.
- 17 November. Rear-Admiral Arthur H. Limpus succeeded Rear-Admiral Frederic E. E. Brock as Rear-Admiral in command of the Portsmouth Division, Home Fleet.
- 29 November. Rear-Admiral Sir George J. S. Warrender succeeded Rear-Admiral Robert S. Lowry as Rear-Admiral Commanding the Second Cruiser Squadron.
- 17 December. Rear-Admiral Paul W. Bush relieved Vice-Admiral George Le C. Egerton as Commander-in-Chief on the Cape of Good Hope Station.
- 20 December. Vice-Admiral (Acting) Sir John R. Jellicoe succeeded H.S.H. Prince Louis of Battenberg as Commander-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet.
- 31 December. Vice-Admiral George F. King-Hall succeeded Sir Richard Poore as Commander-in-Chief on the Australian Station.
- Hazell's Annual, 1911. p. 191.
- ADM 196/42. p. 250.
- Hazell's Annual, 1911. p. 192.
- Hazell's Annual, 1911. pp. 191-192.
- ADM 196/38. p. 693.
- "Admiral Sir George King-Hall" (Obituaries). The Times. Monday, 11 September, 1939. Issue 48407, col F, p. 11.