Royal Naval College, Keyham

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The Royal Naval College, Keyham, formerly the Royal Naval Engineering College, was a training establishment for engineer officers of the Royal Navy.

History

The college was reopened on Wednesday, 1 April, 1914, under the command of Engineer Captain C. G. Taylor, M.V.O. The new purpose of the college was to give a year's training to those officers under the Selborne Scheme who were qualifying as Lieutenants (E), after a preliminary scientific course of six months' length at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich. The first course composed of seventeen officers began on 16 April.[1][2]

Captains

Dates of appointment given:

Footnotes

  1. "Naval and Military Intelligence" (Official Appointments and Notices). The Times. Wednesday, 1 April, 1914. Issue 40486, col B, p. 6.
  2. "New Naval Engineers" (News). The Times. Thursday, 16 April, 1914. Issue 40499, col G, p. 4.
  3. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  4. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  5. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  6. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  7. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  8. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  9. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  10. Lowry Service Record. The National Archives. ADM 196/39. f. 800.
  11. Jerram Service Record. The National Archives. ADM 196/38. f. 692.
  12. Tufnell Service Record. The National Archives. ADM 196/39. f. 1338.
  13. Taylor Service Record. The National Archives. ADM 196/25. f. 447.
  14. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  15. Marshall Service Record. The National Archives. ADM 196/43/110. f. 117.
  16. Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5. p. 197.
  17. Marshall Service Record. The National Archives. ADM 196/43/110. f. 117.

Bibliography

  • Penn, Geoffrey (1984). HMS Thunderer: The story of the Royal Naval Engineering College Keyham and Manadon. Emsworth: Kenneth Mason. ISBN 0-85937-321-5.