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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> | {{Template:UK-Conqueror}}
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> | {{Template:UK-Lion}}
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> | {{Template:UK-Renown}}
    17 KB (2,623 words) - 15:30, 6 April 2018
  • |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
    32 KB (4,712 words) - 11:02, 15 July 2017
  • ...ated as part of the [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|twelve ship order]] to receive a director along the lines of that developed in [[H.M.S. In October 1914, the ship was to be given 8 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose stov
    8 KB (1,146 words) - 19:47, 18 March 2018
  • .... After many years in this duty she ended up as a decoy and anti-aircraft ship during the Mediterranean campaign of the Second World War. Towards the end ...for citations.</ref> In March 1919, she found herself in Devonport with {{UK-1Ajax}}.{{SMNLMar19|p. 19}} In May, she was on "miscellaneous service", re
    14 KB (1,929 words) - 10:32, 8 October 2018
  • ...sted in that year's [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|twelve ship order]].{{FCHMShips|pp. 9-10}} Her director was certainly fitted after ''K In October 1914, the ship was to be given seven Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose
    7 KB (1,000 words) - 14:59, 6 April 2018
  • ...t December 1913. She served with the Second throughout the war.<ref>See {{UK-BS|2}} for citations.</ref> ...s in the Officers' Cutter Race and the Officers' Veterans Skiff Race. The ship also won the 2BS Sailing Regatta held on 23 September.{{DreyerSeaHeritage|p
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  • ''Superb'' recommissioned at Portsmouth 6 May, 1913 for service with the {{UK-BS|1}}.{{NLApr14|p. 378}} ...rom the First Battle Squadron to the {{UK-BS|4}}, exchanging places with {{UK-Agincourt}}. She returned from refit at Cromarty on the 28th.<ref>Jellicoe
    6 KB (856 words) - 09:56, 6 April 2018
  • The ship was one of seven which tested [[Willis and Robinson Electric Revolution Tel ...he outbreak of war of the [[First World War]] she was transferred to the {{UK-BS|4}}.
    9 KB (1,193 words) - 22:56, 10 July 2017
  • ...he navies of Japan, Russia, Italy, Turkey, Spain, Brazil and Argentina. {{UK-Revenge|f=p}} was laid down in the vacated slip on 22 December. In July 1914, the ship was appropriated 42-foot motor launch No. 194, though the boat was not yet
    9 KB (1,293 words) - 11:45, 6 January 2019
  • ...to his father, the editor of the ''Glasgow Herald''. He had bypassed the ship's censor Surgeon Lorimer, R.N.V.R. by posting it ashore at Alness.<ref>Lidd Re-commissioned at Devonport on 3 September, 1931 for service with the {{UK-BS|2}}.{{NLJul34|p. 254}}
    12 KB (1,650 words) - 10:25, 10 January 2019
  • The ship had a pool table, a photo of which is in the Crawford Scrapbook, Liddle Col In July 1914, the ship was appropriated 42-foot motor launch No. 250, though the boat was not yet
    8 KB (1,120 words) - 10:51, 31 December 2018
  • ...13, in "beautiful" weather at 15:15. Mrs. Austen Chamberlain launched the ship, accompanied by Mr. Austen Chamberlain and their son. Also in attendance w ...Portsmouth on 23 January, 1929. By mid-1931 she was operating with the {{UK-BS|2}} in the Atlantic Fleet, bearing Rear-Admiral 2BS.{{NLJul31|p. 286}}
    12 KB (1,618 words) - 08:50, 9 September 2019
  • ...'Annual Report of the Torpedo School, 1911'' as being first installed in {{UK-1Orion}}, and it was forecast that it would see service in future ships. The switchboard could support up to 60 remote navyphones, representing each by an indicator lamp next to
    4 KB (582 words) - 15:12, 10 November 2016
  • ...Due to a mass re-allocation of resources caused by the halting of capital ship construction, the construction of the former battleship, now battle cruiser Before M.9 was laid down at Hebburn, it was decided from which ship she would receive her main-armament. On 1 January, 1915 it was decided that
    16 KB (2,458 words) - 14:30, 6 April 2018
  • ...required either in the Grand Fleet or on patrol duties, so a new class of ship, with a shallow draught for inshore work and a requisite small number of bi ...ck on the British lines and all available ships were moved up to lend fire support. The evacuation of the position was eventually completed on the night of 8/
    8 KB (1,273 words) - 22:39, 10 July 2017
  • '''H.M.S. ''Formidable''''' was the lead ship of the [[Formidable Class Battleship (1898)|''Formidable'' Class]] of [[bat ...als on 12 June, 1901 under the oversight of Captain [[Arthur Barrow]] of {{UK-Excellent|f=p}}, firing five rounds from her forward 12-in turret and seven
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  • | colspan=6 align=left|<small>Citations for this data available on individual ship pages</small> | {{Template:UK-Africa}}
    23 KB (3,226 words) - 15:30, 6 April 2018
  • ...er service in the Great War with a shifting roster of her sisters in the {{UK-BS|3}}. ''Hindustan'' was assigned to the {{UK-BS|3}} upon its creation in May, 1912 and remained with the Squadron until
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