Christopher Michael Jacob

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Lieutenant-Commander Christopher Michael Jacob, (27 November, 1905 – ) served in the Royal Navy.

Life & Career

Jacob received the Beaufort Testimonial for the year 1927, and the Ronald Megaw Memorial Prize for 1927-28, as well as the Robert Roxburgh Memorial Prize.

Jacob superseded Charles Frederick William St. Quintin as Fleet Wireless Officer in H.M.S. Nelson on 21 July 1939.[1]

See Also



  1. "Fleet Wireless Officer." The Times (London, England), Monday, Jul 24, 1939; pg. 3; Issue 48365.