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  • ...edbot:career>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Formidable'' (1898)|fate2=by {{DE-U24}} off Portland{{Conways1860|p. 36}} ...s the lead ship of the [[Formidable Class Battleship (1898)|''Formidable'' Class]] of [[battleship]] and the third of four with the name H.M.S. ''Formidable
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  • ...s|Edward M. Phillpotts]], acting Flag Captain to Admiral [[Charles William de la Poer Beresford, First Baron Beresford|Lord Charles Beresford]]. In May, 1905, Captain [[Osmond de Beauvoir Brock|Osmond de B. Brock]] was appointed in command. Paid off in March, 1907, ''Bulwark''
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  • ...''Exmouth''''' was one of six [[Duncan Class Battleship (1901)|''Duncan'' class pre-dreadnought battleships]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1903 and ...is found in the notes for the [[Duncan Class Battleship (1901)|''Duncan'' class]].{{DreyerSeaHeritage|p. 47}}
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  • ...' was the first of six battleships of [[Duncan Class Battleship (1901)|her class]] to be commissioned in the [[Royal Navy]]. ...ptain [[William Bowden-Smith]] until she was sunk by a minefield laid by {{DE-U73}} off Malta in April, 1916. The {{UK-Nasturtium|f=t}} and the hired ya
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  • ...one of eight [[King Edward VII Class Battleship (1903)|''King Edward VII'' class battleships]].  She entered service in 1905 and spent most of her service ...vy)]] for details on her service in 3BS.</ref> She became an accommodation ship in Chatham-Sheerness that same month.{{SMNLApr18|pp. 13,19}} She kept layi
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  • ...VII''''' was the name ship of a [[King Edward VII Class Battleship (1903)|class of eight]] late pre-dreadnought battleships. Her service until her loss in :''One takes the loss of the ‘King Edward’ very calmly; that class aren’t of much importance now''
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  • ...of three battlecruisers in [[Indefatigable Class Battlecruiser (1909)|her class]]. She would be lost to a magazine explosion at the [[Battle of Jutland]] ...'' and ''Bogatyr''. At five minutes to four, Lady Loreburn christened the ship with a bottle of Australian wine. She then severed a ceremonial cord and t
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  • ...''Renown''''' was the lead ship in her [[Renown Class Battlecruiser (1916)|class]] of "large light cruisers", which were essentially [[Battlecruiser|battlec ...ure|rank={{CommRN}}|name=Edward Glyn de Styrap Jukes Hughes|nick=Edward G. de S. Jukes Hughes|appt=21 December, 1922<ref>Jukes Hughes Service Record. {{
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  • ...incourt''''' was a dreadnought battle built in England for Brazil as ''Rio de Janeiro'' featuring seven twin 12-in turrets on her centre line. She was r ...aunched on 22 January, 1913 by Mme. Huet de Bacellar, wife of Admiral Huet de Bacellar, the Chief of the Brazilian Naval Commission. The Brazilian Minis
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  • Germany's four '''''Nassau'' Class Battleships''' were completed in 1909 and 1910, and were her first "Dreadno {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ....S. ''König Albert''''' was a [[Kaiser Class Battleship (1911)|''Kaiser'' Class]] battleship built in Germany prior to the [[First World War]] and which se ''König Albert'' was the final ship of five which comprised the Kaiser class. It was the only vessel of the Imperial Fleet to be given the name ''König
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  • ...by Princess Therese, daughter of the Prince Regent of Bavaria for whom the ship was named. In attendance at the Germania yards in Kiel were the Kaiser Wil {{Footer Kaiser Class Battleship (1911)}}
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  • Four '''''Bayern'' class super-dreadnoughts''' were planned for the [[Imperial German Navy]] but onl {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...S. ''Baden''''' was one of two [[Bayern Class Battleship (1915)|''Bayern'' class battleships]] completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] during the Great W A ship's bell from ''Baden'' is in the possession of the Imperial War Museum, Cata
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  • ...r ships started as part of the [[Bayern Class Battleship (1915)|''Bayern'' class]], '''''Sachsen''''' was broken up before completion. The ship was never completed, and thus never had a captain.
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  • ...r ships started as part of the [[Bayern Class Battleship (1915)|''Bayern'' class]], ''Württemberg'' was broken up before completion. The ship was never completed, and thus never had a captain.
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  • .... ''Moltke''''' was the lead ship of a [[Moltke Class Battlecruiser (1910)|class]] of [[battlecruiser]] of the [[Imperial German Navy]]. {{Footer Moltke Class Battlecruiser (1910)}}
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  • |nat=DE ...ed version of the preceding [[Moltke Class Battlecruiser (1910)|''Moltke'' class]] ships, boasting an additional foredeck offering enhanced seakeeping and r
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  • ...ive to the preceding [[République Class Battleship (1902)|''République'' class]]. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...ruiser ''[[Cristóbal Colón (1896)|Cristobal Colon]]'', forcing the enemy ship to retire into the inner harbor of Santiago. The battleship remained on pat ...Squadron. From 27 May to 30 August, 1904, the warship served as a training ship for [[United States Naval Academy]] midshipmen off New England and then ent
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  • ...t was to become one of the most historic voyages ever undertaken by a Navy ship. Both ships coaled and departed on the 21st for Rio de Janeiro, keeping their guns manned all the while for a Spanish torpedo boat
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  • ...]] battleship of the [[Connecticut Class Battleship (1904)|''Connecticut'' Class]] in the [[United States Navy]]. ...eet. During the circumnavigation, ''Louisiana'' visited Port-of-Spain; Rio de Janeiro; Junta Arenas and Valparaiso, Chile; Callao, Peru; San Diego and Sa
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  • The nineteen '''"M" Class Monitors''' were launched in 1915. Fourteen of them had a 9.2-in gun, and {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • ...redbot:career>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''M.24'' (1915)|fate2=as target ship ...''Satoe''''', was a coastal monitor of the [[M Class Monitor (1915)|''M'' Class]]. Built in 1915 in answer to the growing need for heavily armed, shallow-
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  • |builder=[[Arsenal de Brest]] The Ship was a 42 gun battleship from 1911 to 1937.
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  • ...redbot:career>{{ShipCareer|fullname=''Danton'' (1909)|fate2=Torpedoed by {{DE-U64}} |builder=[[Arsenal de Brest]]{{JordanDanton|p. 53}}
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  • ...d as part of the [[British Adoption of the Director#Early Orders|seventeen ship order]] to receive a director, but installation seemed delayed for a consid ...d-type director aft, as described on the [[Lion_Class_Battlecruiser_(1910)|class page]]. ''Princess Royal'''s system was available by September, 1918, but
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  • ...operated out of Norfolk throughout the war, serving as a gunnery training ship and patrolling the waters of the eastern seaboard from the Virginia Capes t ...ion on 12 December to rendezvous with the transport George Washington, the ship carrying President Woodrow Wilson to the Paris Peace Conference. ''Arizona'
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  • ...ning to New York received President Pessoa of Brazil for the voyage to Rio de Janeiro. Departing 6 July with her escort, the battleship arrived Rio 17 Ju ...ny more years of useful naval service. After completion 9 October 1934 the ship conducted shakedown in the Caribbean before returning to her home port, San
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  • ...was a highly accomplished officer, though he found little favour with the ship's company …"<ref>Fremantle. ''My Naval Career''. p. 68.</ref> ...on of the King's visit to Malta Slade was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 21 April, 1903.{{Gaz|27560|3525|2
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  • ...ttle interest in the Service outside his immediate functions, and when our ship was at Malta distinguished himself as a member of the naval polo team.<ref> ...d to have said, "What &mdash; court martial my David? I'll buy them a new ship."<ref>Quoted in Roskill. p. 41.</ref> The story is supported by [[Arthur M
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  • ...was an officer of the 78th Regiment of Foot (Highlanders) serving as Aide-de-Camp to the Governor of Ceylon. In 1841 he decided to leave the army, and ...on's own niece, and she asked Sir William for me, and, curiously, my first ship of war was the ''Victory'', Nelson's flagship.<ref>Quoted in Mackay. p. 4.
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  • ...First Baron Hood|Sir Arthur W. A. Hood]], she was constructed as a turret ship, the last of its type to be built for the Royal Navy. She was sunk as a bl ...iterranean Station]] from 1893 to 1900, before a brief spell as port guard ship at Pembroke, following which she returned to the Mediterranean until Decemb
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  • ...important one, as the loss in 1870 of the {{UK-Captain}}, a sailing turret ship of special design, had caused great anxiety as to the stability of such ves ...of the Queen's birthday he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, in the Order of the Bath (K.C.B.) on 24 May, 1881.{{G
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  • ...y. Thus requalified, on 5 January, 1884, he was appointed to the barbette ship {{UK-Temeraire|y=1876}} in the Mediterranean<ref>{{TNA|ADM 196/39}}. f. 11 ...) the battleship [[H.M.S. Triumph (1870)|''Triumph'']] for service as flag ship on the [[Pacific Station (Royal Navy)|Pacific Station]]. The Commander-in-
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  • ...</ref> He was appointed to the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth on 15 July, 1877. He left on 24 July, 1879, ...emyss. p. 33.</ref> On 12 October he was appointed to the torpedo depôt ship [[H.M.S. Hecla (1878)|''Hecla'']] in the Mediterranean. He was promoted t
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  • ...examination and passed into the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] as a naval cadet on 15 July, 1872.<ref>Bacon. ''Earl Jell ...], which took him to such foreign destinations as China, Port Stanley, Rio de Janeiro, South Africa and St. Helena over three years. He proved himself i
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  • ..., 1869. He was entitled to a First Class Certificate in Study and a First Class Certificate in Seamanship, obtaining 1,629/2,000 marks and 783/1,000 marks ...' to qualify in Torpedo Duties. He passed on 21 March, 1883, with a First Class certificate, and on 2 April was appointed to join ''Vernon'' as a Staff Off
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  • The operation had to be postponed because repairs to the battlecruiser {{DE-Seydlitz|f=p}}, damaged by a mine in the [[Second Raid on Yarmouth]], took ...in the dockyard and the new dreadnought {{DE-Baden|f=p}}, the first German ship with 15-inch guns, was still working up.{{MarderFDSFII| p. 437}}
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  • ...a proficiency in classical learning unusual at his early age. In his first ship, the ''Conway'', he is said, probably with some exaggeration, to have acted ...he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Military Division of the Third Class, or Companion, of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (C.B.) on 2 June.{{
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  • In 1908, the ship was one of just nine equipped with the [["C" Tune Gear]], capable of transm {{Tenure|rank=Captain|name=John de Mestre Hutchison|nick=John de M. Hutchison|appt=8 May, 1907<ref>Hutchison Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/
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