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  • |nat=UK ...fusion as to whether 12-inch mountings ordered for {{UK-LordNelson}} and {{UK-Agamemnon}} were diverted to ''Dreadnought''. The order for the turntables
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  • ...., where it met the {{UK-Liverpool|f=t}} with the targets. At 08:45 the {{UK-BS|2}} was steaming twenty miles N. ┬╝ E. of Tory Island in line ahead, ''A ...Goldrick140>Goldrick. ''The King's Ships were at Sea''. p. 140.</ref> {{UK-1Liverpool}} circled repeatedly in case a submarine was present, and the tu
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  • ...December 1912, she served in the {{UK-BS|1}} alongside her sister ship, {{UK-Hercules|f=p}}. By the end of 1913, she and the rest of the {{UK-BS|1}} were all equipped with [[British_Wireless_Systems#Short_Distance_Set
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  • {{CatPerson|UK|1877|1949}} {{CatCapt|UK}}
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  • Laid down in mid-1908, she completed in early 1910, joining the {{UK-BS|1}}. She would serve with this squadron until April, 1916. At the outb On 22 January, 1916 Captain [[James Douglas Dick|J. D. Dick]] (late of {{UK-BlackPrince}}) became captain of ''Vanguard''.
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  • ...he outbreak of war of the [[First World War]] she was transferred to the {{UK-BS|4}}. ...est gunnery ship of the 15 tested of the Home Fleet's FIrst Division and {{UK-CS|1}}, scoring 81.91 &ndash; well ahead of the average 45.798.<ref>{{TNA|A
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  • Re-commissioned at Devonport on 3 September, 1931 for service with the {{UK-BS|2}}.{{NLJul34|p. 254}} {{CatShipDreadnought|UK}}
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  • She fought at Jutland as part of the {{UK-BS|5}} under Captain Woollcombe in support of the [[Battle Cruiser Force]] ...t Devonport on 2 February, 1923. By March 1925 she was serving with the {{UK-BS|1}} in the Mediterranean.{{NLApr25|p. 278}}
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  • ...n 30 June, 1891.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/26188/pages/4070 no. 26188. p. 4070.] 31 July, 1891.</ref> ...n 30 June, 1901.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/27335/pages/4780 no. 27335. p. 4780.] 19 July, 1901.</ref>
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  • {{CatShipMonitor|UK}}
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  • ...in April of the following year. She was built in berth no. 2 along with {{UK-1Havelock|f=p}} - the same slipway upon which the White Star Liners ''Olymp {{CatShipMonitor|UK}}
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  • {{CatShipMonitor|UK}} {{CatShipLostInAction|UK}}
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  • ...t C.S. became the {{UK-BCS|1}}. On 17 March, 1913 she collided with the {{UK-C34|f=t}} in Stokes Bay in the Solent, suffering no damage in the process. In August, 1913 ''Invincible'' joined the {{UK-BCS|2}} in the [[British Mediterranean Fleet|Mediterranean Fleet]] after an
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  • ...of the War College.<ref>''London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/28382/pages/3993 no. 28382. p. 3993.] 7 June, 1910.</ref> ...1.</ref> De Chair, who at the time was in command of the new battleship {{UK-Colossus}}, is an example of an officer who never formally attended the War
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  • ...renamed ''Victorious II'' in July or September, being attached to sister {{UK-Victorious}} and under a common captain.{{CN}} ...ble to do this in 6 minutes, 29 seconds. ┬áThe best time was achieved by {{UK-Cressy}} at 50.75 seconds, though times of 3-5 minutes were more typical.{{
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  • The ship was added to the {{UK-BS|5}} from the end of 1912 or earlier, remaining with that formation until .... Airplanes seemed to help, but fire directed at locations suggested by {{UK-Agamemnon}} proved ineffective. On the 11th, large batteries of 8- or 9-in
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  • An appointment in command of the {{UK-Hyacinth}} for 29 January, 1912 seems to have been reconsidered.<ref>Caulfe Caulfeild was appointed in command of the {{UK-Fox|f=t}} on 7 October 1912.{{NLApr14|p. 317}} A sub-lieutenant aboard fou
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  • ...in [[Michael Pelham O'Callaghan|Michael P. O'Callaghan]], to replace the {{UK-Victorious}} in the [[Mediterranean Station|Mediterranean]].<ref>"Naval & M ...gunnery ship of the thirteen tested from the [[Mediterranean Fleet]] and {{UK-CS|6}}, scoring 51.57 versus the average 37.641.<ref>{{TNA|ADM 1/8328}}, p.
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  • |nat=UK ...lp from aircraft from {{UK-Pegasus}} while steaming with {{UK-Lion}} and {{UK-PrincessRoyal}} ahead against a 145 foot target while steaming at full spee
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  • ...n 26 June, 1866.<ref>''The London Gazette'': [http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/23132/pages/3736 no. 23132. p. 3736.] 29 June, 1866.</ref> As Captain of the ironclad {{UK-2Achilles}} he was described by ''Vanity Fair'' caricaturist 'Spy' (Sir Les
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