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  • The '''''Courageous'' class''' of warship consisted of two vessels, variously described as battle cruis {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...n chose to specialise in a variety of areas dealing with innovations: from ship design to electricity to submarines (he conducted the first Royal Navy tria On 1 January, 1916, he was appointed an Additional Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order
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  • The only member of her class, she was the first all-big-gun battleship to be laid down, launched, and co .... At some point all 12-inch gun machinery started for the ''Lord Nelson'' class was appropriated to the ''Dreadnought'', and the orders interchanged.{{PQDN
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  • The '''''Abercrombie''''' class of monitors were the first modern variants of that type to be adopted for t {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Six '''''Siegfried'' class coast defence ships''' were completed for the German Navy in the 1890s. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Four '''''Brandenburg'' Class Battleships''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in the 1890s {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...rge V''''' was one of four [[H.M.S. King George V (1911)|''King George V'' class battleships]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] shortly before the war. ...teration could be copied for ''Ajax'', ''Audacious'' and the ''Iron Duke'' class.<ref>Letter in D'Eyncourt Papers at the National Maritime Museum's Caird Li
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  • ...rmed part of the [[King George V Class Battleship (1911)|''King George V'' class]]. She saw constant service throughout the [[First World War]] and during .... 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
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  • ...lossus''''' was one of two [[Colossus Class Battleship (1910)|''Colossus'' class battleships]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1911. ...8 August, 1911, by Captain [[Dudley Rawson Stratford de Chair|Dudley R. S. de Chair]] for service in the Second Division of the {{HomeFleet}}.<ref>"The N
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  • ...ne''''' was a battleship of the [[Royal Navy]], and the only member of her class. She was laid down at [[Portsmouth Royal Dockyard]] in 1909, launched the ..."Neptune" carried out 11th March 1912 at Tetuan." Docket in {{UK-Lion}}'s ship's cover. SC 251. Brass Foundry Out-Station, National Maritime Museum.</re
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  • ...Temeraire''''' was a [[Bellerophon Class Battleship (1907)|''Bellerophon'' class battleship]] of the British [[Royal Navy]] built at [[Devonport Royal Docky The ship was one of seven which tested [[Willis and Robinson Electric Revolution Tel
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  • ''Kearsarge'', the lead ship of her class of battleships, was the first ship of the [[United States Navy]] to be named, by act of Congress, in honor of ...rwegian barque ''Nordhav'' which had been sunk by the German Submarine ''{{DE-U117}}''. The survivors were landed in Boston.
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  • ...'Kentucky''''', (BB-6) a [[Kearsarge Class Battleship (1898)|''Kearsarge'' class]] pre-dreadnought of the [[United States Navy]] was launched 24 March, 1898 ...Roosevelt as a unit in the 2d Squadron. After calling at Trinidad and Rio de Janeiro, the warships passed in order through the Straits of Magellan to vi
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  • .... Tuesday, 16 January, 1912. Issue '''39796''', col B, p. 13.</ref> The ship was launched on 12 October on a sunny Saturday before a crowd estimated to The ship re-commissioned at Portsmouth 24 October, 1923.{{NLApr25|p. 248}}
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  • The ship was commissioned at Portsmouth on 20 September 1927.{{NLFeb29|p. 261}} In July 1914, the ship was appropriated 42-foot motor launch No. 248, though the boat was not yet
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  • ...etary to the First Lord]], [[Dudley Rawson Stratford de Chair|Dudley R. S. de Chair]]; Sir James Marshall, Director of Dockyards; [[George Le Clerc Egert ...declined to admit his involvement with the incident in his history of the ship.
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  • ...M.S. ''Terror''''' was one of two [[Erebus Class Monitor (1916)|''Erebus'' class monitors]] launched in 1916 for the [[Royal Navy]]. In 1924, she replaced the battlecruiser {{UK-Tiger}} as Turret Drill Ship at Portsmouth, having undergone a refit at a cost that had been projected t
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  • ...>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Raglan'' (1915)|fate2={{DE-Breslau}} and {{DE-Goeben}}{{DittColl|p. 102}} ...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
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  • {{Footer Odin Class Coast Defence Ship (1894)}} {{CatShipCoastDefenceShip|DE}}
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  • {{Footer Siegfried Class Coast Defence Ship (1889)}} {{CatShipCoastDefenceShip|DE}}
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  • {{Footer Siegfried Class Coast Defence Ship (1889)}} {{CatShipCoastDefenceShip|DE}}
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  • ''Hagen'' had Krupp steel armour, whereas the other five units in her class had the older compound armour. {{Footer Siegfried Class Coast Defence Ship (1889)}}
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  • {{Footer Siegfried Class Coast Defence Ship (1889)}} {{CatShipCoastDefenceShip|DE}}
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  • The ship was one of seven which tested [[Willis and Robinson Electric Revolution Tel In July 1914, the ship was appropriated 42-foot motor launch No. 261, though the boat was not yet
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  • ...Royal Navy]], the lead ship of [[Invincible Class Battlecruiser (1907)|her class]] of three, and the first battlecruiser to be built by any country. After ...went to superintend these gun trials, I was especially warned that if the ship failed to get through them a sum of about half a million pounds would be lo
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  • The five pre-dreadnoughts of the '''''Braunschweig'' class''' were completed between 1904 and 1906. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...dbot:career>{{ShipCareer|fullname=S.M.S. ''Hessen'' (1903)|fate2=to target ship {{Footer Braunschweig Class Battleship (1902)}}
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  • Germany completed five '''''Deutschland'' Class Battleships''' between 1906 and 1908. They were her last pre-dreadnought s {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...g/wiki/SMS_Pommern German Wikipedia].</ref>|end=October, 1908<ref>[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMS_Pommern German Wikipedia].</ref>|precBy=New Command} ...g/wiki/SMS_Pommern German Wikipedia].</ref>|end=January, 1910<ref>[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMS_Pommern German Wikipedia].</ref>}}
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  • ...one of eight [[Royal Sovereign Class Battleship (1891)|''Royal Sovereign''-class battleships]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1893-94. She was expende As of 1901, while serving as a Port Guard ship,. she was slated to receive a [[Wireless Telegraphy Apparatus Mark II|"1 to
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  • ...one of eight [[Royal Sovereign Class Battleship (1891)|''Royal Sovereign'' class pre-dreadnoughts]] completed in 1893-94. In 1915, her name was changed to In the [[Annual Manoeuvres of 1901]] the ship was part of Fleet "B", loosely representing the British side.
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  • '''H.M.S. ''Cæsar''''' was a [[Majestic Class Battleship (1894)|''Majestic'' class]] battleship of the [[Royal Navy]], launched in 1896 and sold for scrap in ...our times sequentially, starting with the tube loaded and the bar out, the ship's crew was able to do this in 5 minutes, 45 seconds. The best time was ach
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  • ...'' was a battleship of the [[Majestic Class Battleship (1894)|''Majestic'' class]], launched in 1895, and sold for scrap in 1920. She was the fourth warshi ...tic'' class battleships]] and two [[Cressy Class Cruiser (1899)|''Cressy'' class cruisers]] being sent there to be demobilised on the 25th. Her crew was to
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  • .... ''Magnificent''''' was a [[Majestic Class Battleship (1894)|''Majestic'' class]] battleship of the British [[Royal Navy]], launched in 1894 and sold for s ...ard Wells]], [[Commander-in-Chief at the Nore]]; Captain [[Charles William de la Poer Beresford, First Baron Beresford|Lord Charles Beresford]], Captain
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  • ...fredbot:career>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Majestic'' (1895)|fate2=by {{DE-U21}} off Helles ..., and the lead ship of the [[Majestic Class Battleship (1894)|''Majestic'' class]]. She served as the flagship of the [[Channel Squadron (Royal Navy)|Chann
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  • ...British battleship of the [[Majestic Class Battleship (1894)|''Majestic'' class]], launched in 1896 and sold for scrap in 1921. In 1910, ''Mars'' was the best gunnery ship of the 27 tested in the [[Home Fleet]]'s Third Division (and cruisers), sco
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  • ...British battleship of the [[Majestic Class Battleship (1894)|''Majestic'' class]], launched in 1895 and sold for scrap in 1921. She was the fourth ship of the [[Royal Navy]] to bear the name.
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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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  • ...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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  • ...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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  • The ship completed to full complement at Devonport on 18 June, 1907.{{NLJan08|p. 291 ...ervice Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 128.</ref>|end=25 January, 1908<ref>de Robeck Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 128.</ref>}}
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  • ...the incident, which is somewhat unusual. That same month, command of the ship was being turned over from Captain [[Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe|The Ho ...in Plymouth Sound, £500 of public money was found to be missing from the ship. A forensic inquiry into her books was so extensive that she was unable to
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  • ...er|armoured cruisers]] of the [[Monmouth Class Cruiser (1901)|''Monmouth'' class]] completed between 1903 and 1904. {{Tenure|rank=Captain|name=Cunningham Robert de Clare Foot|nick=Cunningham R. de C. Foot|appt=25 August, 1913<ref>Foot Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}}
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  • ...er|armoured cruisers]] of the [[Monmouth Class Cruiser (1901)|''Monmouth'' Class]] completed between 1903 and 1904. ...rvice Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/20.}} f. 657.</ref>|end=11 November, 1907<ref>de Horsey Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/20.}} f. 657.</ref>}}
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  • ...vy]] [[Admiral|admiral]] known for his victory in the [[Battle of Santiago de Cuba]] during the [[Spanish-American War]]. ...tates Naval Academy]] on 24 September, 1857. After graduating first in his class four years later, he served as an instructor at the Academy. In 1864, he be
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  • ...on 25 January, 1878, joined the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth, as a Colonial Cadet.<ref>Gaunt Service Recor ...for examinations which had just resulted in April in the award of a First Class certificate with 537 marks. Gaunt would subsequently be appointed to join
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  • ...on 31 December, 1883, and reappointed to the ''Flirt'' from that date. The ship paid off on 29 February, 1884, and he went on a month's full pay leave. ...rt Course in Gunnery, in which he obtained First Class marks, and a Second Class Torpedo certificate. He was appointed to the corvette {{UK-2Diamond}} on th
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  • ...24 August, 1881, and on 19 December, 1882, he was appointed to her sister-ship ''Audacious''. On 25 July, 1884, he was appointed to the battleship ''Sult He was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) dated 1 October, 1908.{{Gaz|28184|729
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  • ...line of Anglo-Irish families. He entered the [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] as a naval cadet on 15 January, 1875<ref name=Record83>Mad ...of the King's visit to Ireland Madden was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 11 August, 1903.{{Gaz|27586|5058|1
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  • Kiddle was appointed to the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth on 15 July, 1879.<ref>ADM 196/42. f. 382.</r <blockquote>There was a general mess, about 40 officers, the ship was filthy, the Captain was mad, there was no poop or forecastle. The juni
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  • ...ed in Washington, D.C. He was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion, of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint G ....</ref> On 10 September he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (K.C.M
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  • Bethell was born in London. He joined the central ironclad battery ship [[H.M.S. Hercules (1868)|''Hercules'']] as a Sub-Lieutenant on 10 June, 187 ...1 (1882? 1883?) until May 1885, spending his last month commanding second-class torpedo boats.<ref>Service chits in Bethell I/1/3 at Liddell Hart Centre fo
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  • ...use School]], Fareham, Hampshire, and entered [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|H.M.S. ''Britannia'']] in January, 1885. He was commissioned a Sub-Lieute ...dered to transfer to [[H.M.S. Invincible (1907)|''Invincible'']] when that ship was detached following the [[Battle of Coronel]].<ref>''Naval Staff Monogra
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  • Hamilton was appointed in command of the torpedo school ship [[H.M.S. Defiance (Torpedo Training School)|''Defiance'']] at Devonport on ...arch 1901, he assumed command of the {{UK-1Furious|f=t}}, remaining in the ship for one year.{{MackieRNW}}
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  • ...ying Branch and was appointed to {{UK-1Stork|f=tp}} on 15 August, to which ship he was reappointed on 13 November. He attempted to qualify in Gunnery, but ...M 196/43. f. 288.</ref> He was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Civil Division of the Most Honourable Order of the Ba
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  • ...ion]]. At some point Poë's flag was transferred to ''Hyacinth's'' sister ship, {{UK-1Hermes}}. He was superseded in command on 20 August, 1908.<ref>Nich ...f> He was placed first in order of merit out of six captains with a First Class pass on the course, which ran from 9 February to 28 May, 1909.<ref>{{TNA|AD
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  • ...Navy]] and was appointed to the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth on 15 January, 1875, having scored 592 marks, ...of the King's visit to Copenhagen he was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 18 April, 1904.{{Gaz|27669|2581|22
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  • ...in British naval history. He passed into the [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] first in his term.<ref>Temple Patterson. ''Tyrwhitt of th ...g George V's coronation he was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • ...ined, but by 1888 it seemed to have promise. It was to be retained in the ship, contingent upon further refinements proving successful.{{ARTS1888|p. 45-6} ...aff during the 1897 jubilee celebrations. He was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to Queen Victoria dated 7 May, 1899, vice [[John Pakenham Pipon|Pipo
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  • ...encer Bacon|Reginald Bacon]] and recently commissioned as the first parent ship for submarines, of which the Holland boats were just entering for service a In 1903 Sueter married Elinor Mary de Winton (d. 1948), only daughter of Sir Andrew Clarke; they had two daughter
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  • ...tin-de-Bartolome, NPG x163935.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral Charles Martin-de-Bartholomé as a Captain in 1918.<br><small>Portrait: © National Portrait {{AdmRN}} {{SIR}} '''Charles Martin-de-Bartolomé''', K.C.M.G., C.B., Royal Navy, Retired (26 November, 1871 &ndas
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  • ...Gneisenau}}, while the rest of the German squadron bar the light cruiser {{DE-Dresden}} was destroyed by the rest of the British squadron. ...on of the King's birthday he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • ...al Japanese Navy]]. Upon his return he spent a year on the cadet training ship {{UK-1Britannia}}, before serving as the junior member of a committee appoi ...ay for this. On 5 March, 1881, he was appointed to the new torpedo depôt ship {{UK-Hecla}} in the Mediterranean,<ref>Wilson Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 19
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  • Andoe was knighted and appointed an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, in the Military Division of the Order of the Bath (K. ...M. Wilson]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Impregnable (Training Ship)|Captain of Training Ship H.M.S. ''Impregnable'']]'''<br>1 Apr, 1886{{NLMar92|p. 248}} &ndash; 18 Sep
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  • ...g|350px|thumb|right|Admiral George A. Ballard, seen as a Commodore, Second Class.<br><small>Photograph: © National Portrait Gallery, London.</small>]] ...pher Cradock]]. He entered the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on 15 January, 1875, and left on 21 December, 1876. He la
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  • ...und out and sent him the money.<ref>Oliver. '''I'''. f. 2.</ref> Of the ship's Naval Instructor Oliver recalled, "He never tried to teach us."<ref>Olive On 8 January, 1889 he was appointed to the Training Ship ''Lion''.<ref>{{TNA|ADM 196/42}}. f. 319.</ref>
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  • ...antle (1765-1819), a friend of Nelson who had commanded ''Neptune'', third ship in the weather division at Trafalgar. Sir Thomas died in 1819 while in com ...the highest gunnery examination for the year while also achieving a first-class certificate in seamanship.
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  • ...as a {{NavCadRN}}. He left ''Britannia'' on 16 April, 1877, with a Second Class Certificate and obtained six months' sea time. ...' on the East Indies station on 14 June. During this commission one of the ship's boats capsized in the Irrawady, and Callaghan earned the commendation of
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  • ...''Victory'' on 20 June, 1916, for command of the converted German merchant ship {{UK-Lucia}} (ex-''Spreewald''), and the {{UK-SF|10}}. ...of 3 June, 1918, Donaldson was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion in the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint Ge
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  • ...A, p. 14.</ref> He entered the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth on 15 July, 1877 and left on 24 July, 1879. ...w. He would say, "Well, do you all understand that?" The majority of the class, taking the line of least resistance, would say "Yes" or acquiesce in silen
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  • ...pass, and in May obtained a Third Class pass in Torpedo work and a Second Class pass in Gunnery work in August. ...ce, being chosen by the Governor-General of the Red Sea to act as his Aide-de-Camp.
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  • ...ssed out twenty-second out of sixty naval cadets, and was granted a Second Class Certificate.<ref>Padfield. ''Aim Straight''. pp. 25-26.</ref> ...bRN}} with first-class certificates in Seamanship and Gunnery and a second-class certificate in Navigation. His seniority as Sub-Lieutenant was to 17 Decemb
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  • ...he Navy as a Naval Cadet in the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth on 15 July, 1871. ...oys' training ships. On 17 October, 1906, he was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to King Edward VII, vice [[Robert Swinburne Lowry|Lowry]].{{Gaz|2795
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  • ...ate ''Serapis'' in battle against John Paul Jones and the Continental Navy ship ''Bonhomme Richard''. Evan-Thomas was one of eight children and although t ...A, p. 6.</ref> and entered the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on 15 January, 1876.<ref name=Record105/> In his final te
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  • On 3 April, 1858, he was awarded the fifth class of the Turkish Imperial Order of the Medjidie.{{Gaz|22122|1736|3 April, 185 ...able, were rewarded with a civil C.B. In 1869 he commanded the new turret ship [[H.M.S. Monarch (1868)|''Monarch'']] (the first of her kind), which in Dec
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  • ...'Malaba'' until 1 February 1890. An extended stint in the central battery ship ''Alexandra'' of a series of appointments followed, lasting from 8 Septembe ...dent of Naval Reserves]], and in January, 1895 was appointed a Naval Aide-de-Camp to Queen Victoria.<ref name=Obit/>
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  • ...15 January, 1880, he joined the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth. He left on 23 December, 1881, with two month ...f 3 June, 1916, Goodenough was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • ...highest gunnery examination for the year and while also achieving a first-class certificate in seamanship. ...st and resulted in him receiving a severe reprimand and dismissal from his ship on the 20th.<ref>Adair Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.|D7601957}} f. 8.<
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  • ...eans he was a late arrival for the [[::Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of December, 1859|first intake term of December, 1859]]. Drury was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to Queen Victoria on 23 August, 1897, vice [[Lewis Anthony Beaumont|
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  • ...of the King's visit to Malta Sturdee was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 21 April, 1903.{{Gaz|27560|3525|2 ...the {{UK-Bulwark}} as Chief of the Staff to Vice-Admiral [[Charles William de la Poer Beresford, First Baron Beresford|Lord Charles Beresford]], Commande
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  • Two '''''Dresden'' class light cruisers''' from the 1905-1906 Programme were completed between in 19 {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...the [[China Station]]. He passed his Seamanship examination with a First Class certificate and was promoted to the rank of Acting {{SubRN}} on 20 Septembe On 12 January he qualified as a Navigator for other than first class ships, and on 15 January was Navigating Officer of ''Forrester''. He was p
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  • Four '''''Magdeburg'' class light cruisers''' from the 1908-1909 Programme were completed in 1912. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...tune|f=t}} on 11 February, 1916,{{NLDec16|p. 396''ee''}} and commanded the ship through the [[Battle of Jutland]] and submitted [[H.M.S. Neptune at the Ba On 3 July, 1917, Bernard was appointed a Naval Aide-de-Camp to King George V, vice [[Allen Thomas Hunt|Hunt]].{{Gaz|30168|6707|6 J
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  • ...fell ill in April, 1896, Bruce was made Acting Commander in Command of the ship. Maconochie died at year end, and it is not clear whether Bruce ever relin ...on of the King's birthday he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Civil Division of the Most Honourable Order of the Ba
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  • ...tecting German interests there during the Mexican Revolution. The third, {{DE-1Nurnberg|f=p}}, was on her way to relieve ''Leipzig''. ...the supply ship ''Markomannia'', to operate in the Indian Ocean. One fast ship could raid commerce and obtain its coal supplies from prizes. ''Emden'' car
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  • ...ed to guard that squadron's patrol area off Finisterre and dispatch a fast ship to join the {{UK-1Glasgow|f=t}} in South American waters. His orders were
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  • ...anded the {{UK-1Narcissus|f=t}} in the [[Annual Manoeuvres of 1890]]. His ship acted as part of Fleet Number 1 which was itself playing the role of the Ro ...ary) to Australia, Beaumont was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and
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  • ...Victoria's birthday Bedford was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the On 1 May, 1888, he was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to the Queen, vice [[Robert Henry More Molyneux|Molyneux]].{{Gaz|258
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  • [[File:Lord Charles de la Poer Beresford.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Admiral Lord Beresford.]] [[Admiral (Royal Navy)|Admiral]] '''Charles William de la Poer Beresford, First Baron Beresford''', G.C.B., G.C.V.O., Royal Navy (
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  • ...punishment of some seamen of the ''Forte''." Bickford would serve as the ship's acting Captain from 12 October 1862 to 12 January, 1863.<ref>Bickford Ser ...885}} On 13 April, 1885, he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint G
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  • Two '''''Karlsruhe'' class light cruisers''' from the 1910 Programme were completed in 1914. ...were similar to the earlier [[Magdeburg Class Cruiser (1911)|''Magdeburg'' class]] in armour and distinctively German 10.5-cm armament.
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  • ...fore joining the [[Royal Navy]], entering the [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] in September, 1861. In June, 1867 he became a {{SubRN}} a ...Sir) [[Albert Hastings Markham|Albert H. Markham]]. In October, 1880 the ship was ordered from Vancouver to Callao to protect British interests while the
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  • {{SIR}},—I have the honour to report that on May 31, 1916, H.M. Ship under my command, flying your flag, was in action with the enemy under the ...Lion'' was firing at the leading ship, which was either {{DE-Lutzow}} or {{DE-Derfflinger}}.
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  • ...rom 12 to 6 miles; wind west, force 3; sea calm. I gave the target as 4th ship from the right. At 3.46 the range-finders gave a first range of 21,300 yar ...small spread. 3.50 ''Lion'' opened fire, and we opened fire. Target 4th ship from right, range 18,500. Our first salvo missed for deflection, second sa
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  • Markham was born at Bagnères-de-Bigorre, Hautes Pyrénées, France, on 11 November, 1841, the fifth of six ...Triumph'' off on 24 October, 1882, and was appointed to the torpedo school ship at Portsmouth, [[H.M.S. Vernon (Torpedo Training School)|H.M.S. ''Vernon'']
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  • ...r was Marianne Catherine Emily, youngest daughter of Admiral Sir John Poo de la Poer Beresford. ...anked seventh in order of merit of thirty-six candidates accepted as first-class Naval Cadets following the entrance examinations.<ref>"Naval And Military I
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  • Two '''''Graudenz'' class light cruisers''' were completed in 1914 and 1915. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • On 15 June, 1877, Montgomerie was awarded the Albert Medal of the Second Class. An account of the action leading to the awarding of the medal reads: ...the hope of saving him, and struck out for the ship. In the meantime the ship's course was stopped, and two boats were lowered, by one of which Mr. MONTG
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  • Warrender entered the [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|training ship ''Britannia'']] on 15 January, 1873.<ref name=Record1383>{{TNA|ADM 196/39.} ...ille.{{Gaz|24780|6314|7 November, 1879}} On 31 July, 1879 he took a First Class certificate in his Seamanship examination and was promoted Acting {{SubRN}}
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  • ...ated that the service adopt a more flexible command philosophy which would de-emphasise central command in favour of independent command initiative harmo ...p, but it has been overcome, and I&mdash;still having the ''Imaum'' for my ship&mdash;am permanently lent to the ''Wellesley''. Lieutenant Cochrane was ve
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  • ...} On 3 April he had been awarded the Ottoman Order of the Medjidie, Fifth Class.{{Gaz|22122|1737|3 April, 1858}} ...orge W. Hunt. On 1 April, 1876, he was appointed in command of the turret ship [[H.M.S. Monarch (1868)|''Monarch'']]. On 8 July, 1877, he was appointed t
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  • ...r at Burney's at Gosport, and passed into the [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on his second attempt, thirty-third out of thirty-four.<re On 15 July, 1917, Tyrwhitt was appointed an Additional Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, in the Order of the Bath (K.C.B.).{{Gaz|30186|7125|17
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  • ...sar}} for the [[Annual Manoeuvres of 1906]] in June before taking a second class certificate in torpedo on 17 August. ...was absorbed into the [[Home Fleet (Royal Navy)|Home Fleet]] in 1909. The ship paid off on 1 June, 1910. Captain [[Cresswell John Eyres|Cresswell J. Eyres
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  • ...elve months and was rated Midshipman immediately upon leaving the training ship on 15 July, 1883. He was sent to join the ''Achilles'' in the China Squadr ...7913|3326|15 May, 1906}} He was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • The two [[Armoured Cruiser|armoured cruisers]] of the '''''Prinz Adalbert'' class''' were completed in 1903 and 1904. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...ander, Lieutenant James St. Clair Bower, were the only two officers on the ship. ...the French fleet to Britain Bradford was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 11 August, 1905.{{Gaz|27826|5532|1
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  • ...n of the King's visit to Ireland Marx was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 11 August, 1903.{{Gaz|27586|5058|1 ...n May of 1905 showed her machinery and engine rooms in sad condition. The ship's performance in the heavy gunlayer tests of that year were also noted as b
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  • ...of the Bath on 10 October, 1912.<br><small>Photo: Bibliothèque nationale de France.</small>]] He was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Civil Division of the Most Honourable Order of the Ba
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  • ...1884.{{Gaz|25393|3994|5 September, 1884}} He was appointed to the turret ship ''Agamemnon'' on the China Station on 16 September.{{NLJun85|p. 191}} Havin ...{{UK-Blake}}, flagship of the North America station, and the torpedo depot-ship {{UK-Vulcan}}. He was promoted to the rank of {{CommRN}} on 1 January, 189
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  • ...d on a shoal off Mutton Island" and severely reprimanded and dismissed the ship.<ref>Carden Service Record. In our PDF for [[Arthur William Carter]]. {{T ...{TNA|ADM 196/38.|D7578800}} f. 185.</ref> being succeeded by Rear-Admiral de Robeck. On that day Fisher noted in a letter to Jellicoe, "Who expected Ca
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  • ...ointed as a {{NavCadRN}} to the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth on 15 July, 1874. ...n of the King's birthday he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, in the Military Division of the Order of the Bath (K.
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  • Two '''''Pillau'' class light cruisers''' were completed in 1914 and 1915. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...ed in 1869 by the three-decker ''Prince of Wales'', which became the fifth ship to bear the name ''Britannia''. From 1864 onwards the two-decker ''Hindost ..., and a Naval Cadet had to pass an examination before going to a sea-going ship. Three Naval Instructors, including Reverend Inskip, were appointed to the
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  • At 6.38 "''Canada''" fired two salvoes at German Ship, which had apparently suffered heavily, and was much obscured by smoke and ...le, but conditions were such as to make it impossible to be certain. This ship then disappeared in dense smoke, probably a smoke screen.
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  • Nicholson passed as a Torpedo Lieutenant, Second Class, on 22 June, 1888. He would serve in a variety of appointments that are di ...08 he was appointed to command the {{UK-1Achilles|f=t}}. He commanded the ship until being appointed Captain of [[H.M.S. Vernon (Torpedo Training School)|
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  • ...the [[Royal Navy]] through the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on 15 January, 1881. ...highest gunnery examination for the year and while also achieving a first-class certificate in seamanship.
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  • ...a three-funnelled enemy ship, [[Kolberg Class Cruiser (1908)|"''Kolberg''" class]], was observed steaming an opposite course. ...About this time the Navigating Officer states he saw another large German ship, but not for long. Two of our T.B.Ds. were also seen on fire, one at fore
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  • ...le:Brock, NPG x65615.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral of the Fleet Sir Osmond de B. Brock, 1934.<br><small>© National Portrait Gallery, London.</small>]] [[Admiral of the Fleet (Royal Navy)|Admiral of the Fleet]] {{SIR}} '''Osmond de Beauvoir Brock''', {{Post-Nominals|country=GBR-cats|G.C.B.m|K.C.M.G.|K.C.V.
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  • ...nuary, 1891}} He was superseded in ''Boadicea'' on 7 May, discharged from ship's books on 31 May, and returned to Britain on 8 June. He was appointed in ...dland Fisheries" Curzon-Howe was appointed an Ordinary member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint G
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  • Waistell was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to King George V on 26 November, 1920, vice [[Maurice Swynfen FitzMa ...n of the King's birthday he was appointed an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, in the Military Division of the Order of the Bath (K.
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  • ...ions, line ahead to starboard, 19 knots, "{{UK-Collingwood}}" being second ship of "{{UK-Colossus}}" division (No. 5). 4. At about 6.15 p.m., our Battle Cruiser Squadron, consisting of two [[Lion Class Battlecruiser (1910)|"Lions,"]] "{{UK-Tiger}}," and "{{UK-NewZealand}}," ap
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  • Ley entered the [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on 15 January, 1883.{{NLDec84|p. 37}} ...of {{RearRN}} on 5 October, 1917, vice [[Dudley Rawson Stratford de Chair|de Chair]].{{GazSup|30336|10605|16 October, 1917}}
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  • ...on of the King's visit to Malta Patey was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 27 April, 1903.{{Gaz|27560|3525|2 On 22 March, 1908, he was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to King Edward VII, vice [[Frederic Edward Errington Brock|Brock]].{
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  • In 1905, he assumed command of the {{UK-1Encounter|f=t}},leaving the ship in December to become captain of the {{UK-KingAlfred|f=t}}. He was appointed an Additional Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (K.C.M
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  • ...Elizabeth (1913)|Queen E.]] & {{UK-Warspite}}, Calibrated 13.5" guns each ship firing 8 rounds ...rely from our fire. 4 leadmost ships firing at {{UK-Lion}} who was leading ship. 1 of enemies[sic] Battle cruisers sinking[.]
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  • ...humb|right|400px|Admiral The Rt. Hon. Lord Suffield as a Commodore, Second Class, 1917.<br><small>Portrait: Francis Dodd. © IWM (Art.IWM ART 1747).</small In May 1909, he assumed command of the {{UK-1Isis|f=t}}, remaining with the ship until October 1910.{{MackieRNW}}
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  • On 9 August, 1914, Duff's {{UK-1Birmingham}} encountered {{DE-U15}} which had been immobilised by engine trouble and delivered a fatal ra On 3 April, 1915, he was sent to the hospital ship ''Rewa'' to have gall stones removed. He was expected to be fit by 26 Apri
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  • ...leaders of the [[Shakespeare Class Flotilla Leader (1917)|''Shakespeare'' class]]. The ship was re-commissioned at [[Hong Kong]] for service with the {{UK-DF|8}} on th
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  • ...896.<ref>Fawkes Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/86.}} f. 59/118.</ref> The ship touched ground on 3 June 1893, just two days after erecting a monument to t ...olland|Holland]],{{Gaz|27043|298|17 January, 1899}} and became a paid Aide-de-Camp on 30 June.
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  • ...gun-vessel, at the age of ten. He entered the [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] as a cadet in 1884. ...at Portsmouth for this purpose on 30 September. There he attained a First Class certificate in Gunnery. He was appointed to ''Victory'' for command of {{U
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  • ...al Navy]] on 4 December, 1858, appointed as a {{NavCadRN}} to the training ship ''Illustrious'' at Portsmouth. On 1 January, 1859, he transferred to the ' ...e Archibald Bourke|The Hon. Maurice Bourke]], Tryon once pointed to Noel's ship and said, "Oh I wish they were all like that!"<ref>Bourke to Noel. Letter
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  • ! width=15%; align= center | <small>Ship</small> ...Brock]], K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., C.B.<br>(Chief of Staff.)<br>Commodore, First Class The Hon. [[Hubert George Brand|H. Brand]], ''Ad C''., C.B., C.V.O.<br>(Capt
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  • ...edecessors, whose records indicate appoints to {{UK-1Britannia}}, training ship. ...nt. This end would be secured by the system being adopted at Osborne. The class-rooms, gymnasium, and so forth were separate, and could be added to without
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  • ...to ''President'' for a War Course at Portsmouth, where he obtained a First Class pass. On 19 November he was lent to {{UK-Ariadne}} for the remainder of th ...eat zeal. A most excellent Capt. of a battleship & knows how to handle his ship." C.-in-C. Home Fleet [[Francis Charles Bridgeman Bridgeman|Sir Francis Bri
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  • ...y, 1875, being appointed to the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] at Dartmouth. He missed the Easter term of 1876 on accoun ...1884.{{Gaz|25393|3994|5 September, 1884}} He was appointed to the turret ship ''Agamemnon'' on the China Station on 16 September.{{NLJun85|p. 191}}
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  • ...K-Barham}} from her commissioning in mid-1915 through to April, 1918. The ship was flagship of the {{UK-BS|5}} at the [[Battle of Jutland]].{{UKJutlandOD| On 15 September 1916, he was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • Two '''''Wiesbaden'' class cruisers''' were completed in 1915. ...e generally similar to the 1914's [[Pillau Class Cruiser (1914)|''Pillau'' class]] in that their armament was centered on the heavier 15-cm gun.
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  • ...thumb|right|400px|Vice-Admiral James R. P. Hawksley as a Commodore, Second Class, 1917.<br><small>Portrait: Francis Dodd. © IWM (Art.IWM ART 1748).</small ...October, 1898 though no clear record exists of his being appointed to that ship.<ref>Hawksley Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/43.}} f. 289.</ref>
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  • In October 1914, the ship was to be given eleven Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose ...NA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 259.</ref>|precBy=New Command|end=5 January, 1909<ref>De Chair Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 259.</ref>}}
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  • Lambert entered the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on 15 July, 1877. ...1920, Lambert was knighted and appointed an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, of the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order
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  • ...Lieutenant of the battleship [[H.M.S. Victoria (1887)|''Victoria'']], flag ship on the [[Mediterranean Station]], on 14 November, 1889.{{NLMar91|p. 263}} ...g Edward VII's visit to Paris, Ottley was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 4 May, 1903.{{Gaz|27560|3526|2 Jun
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  • ...state "not creditable to him as Comm<small><sup><u>r</u></sup></small> of ship." On 12 December, Custance was appointed to a committee to revise the Gunn ...-de-Camp]] to Queen Victoria on 16 September, 1897, vice [[Charles William de la Poer Beresford, First Baron Beresford|Beresford]].{{Gaz|26892|5162|17 Se
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  • ...f the King's visit to Malta Francklin was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 21 April, 1903.{{Gaz|27560|3525|2 ...at of the despatch vessel {{UK-1Surprise}} on 1 August, 1906. He left the ship in 27 March, 1909.<ref>Francklin Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/43.}} f. 4
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  • ...g Service'''. Rear-Admiral [[Dudley Rawson Stratford de Chair|Dudley R. S. de Chair]] was appointed as '''Admiral of the Training Service''' on 30 June 1 *[[H.M.S. Impregnable (Training Ship)|''Impregnable'']], 1862 - 1929.
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  • ...highest gunnery examination for the year and while also achieving a first-class certificate in seamanship.<ref>Currey Service Record. {{ADM196|87|D8115345 Currey earned his first-class torpedo certificate in April, 1886.<ref>Currey Service Record. {{ADM196|87
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  • Tomlin obtained a second-class certificate in pilotage in February 1896, having failed to do so in Decembe ...from 16 July 1904 through 4 August, 1908. He would record his time in the ship in a photo album and memorabilia book. It is thanks to this that we know t
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  • In 1911, Warleigh was thanked as one of three officers who invented a "Single Ship Battle & Fire Control Teacher]]. His service record contains a note from V ...nt to England just as he received strong recommendations from Vice Admiral de Robeck. He was not found fit until 7 September, on which date Warleigh was
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  • ....S. Invincible (1907)|H.M.S. ''Invincible'']] is usually seen as the first ship of the type, though her sister [[H.M.S. Inflexible (1907)|''Inflexible'']] ...t would not be needed by such a fast (and therefore, he felt, hard to hit) ship might give the Royal Navy a type which could lasso enemy cruisers on the hi
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  • ...er|armoured cruisers]] of the [[Monmouth Class Cruiser (1901)|''Monmouth'' Class]] completed between 1903 and 1904. ...g to pass between {{UK-PrinceGeorge}} and ''Berwick'' behind. ''Berwick'' ship struck ''Tiger'' amidships and broke her in two. The bow section sank quic
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  • ...estroyers]] and {{UK-DF|1}} of 15 [[Acheron Class Destroyer (1910)|Acheron class destroyers]]. ...and, 3 E class in outer line and 2 [["D" Class Submarine (1908)|D class]] class off the Ems.
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  • ...inotaur''''' was one of three [[Minotaur Class Cruiser (1906)|''Minotaur'' class armoured cruisers]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1908 and 1909. ...yn de Styrap Jukes Hughes|Edward G. de S. Jukes Hughes]], appointed to the ship on 6 January, 1914.{{NLApr14|p. 345''a''}}
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  • ..._(1811) H.M.S. ''Java''] during the War of 1812. He was killed during his ship's fight with the [[United States Navy]] frigate [http://en.wikipedia.org/wi ...he sea. My father himself went to sea at 12 years of age, and commanded a ship at the age of 21. My ambition was to join the Navy, and a nomination was g
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  • ...the [[Royal Navy]] through the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on 15 January, 1875. After the customary two years, he wa ...ing's inspection of the Home Fleet he was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) on 3 August, 1907.{{Gaz|28048|5390|6
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  • ...leet boxing championship, 3 August, 1916. Left to right: Commodore, First Class [[Lionel Halsey]], Vice-Admiral [[Thomas Henry Martyn Jerram|Sir T. H. Mart ...and William Nicholson, and Vice-Admiral [[Osmond de Beauvoir Brock|Osmond de B. Brock]].<br><small>Photo: Imperial War Museum.</small>]]
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  • ...''Blenheim'']] for the annual manœuvres on 10 July. He obtained a first class certificate in Parts I and II of the College examinations (Navigation) in A ...January, 1901, and a first in Torpedo in March. For attaining five first class certificates he was awarded a £10 prize.
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  • ...quently delayed till mid-December because of machinery problems with the {{DE-VonDerTann|f=t}}.{{GoldrickKing'sShips|p. 191}} ...a potentially suspicious transit through the Kiel Canal. The submarine {{DE-U27}} was sent to reconnoitre Scarborough and Hartlepool, and reported weak
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  • The six [[Armoured Cruiser|armoured cruisers]] of the '''''Cressy'' Class''' were completed between 1901 and 1904. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • It was planned that the 7 May christening of the ship was to be performed by Mrs. Austen Chamberlain, but this was changed to the On 9 August, 1914, ''Birmingham'' rammed and sank {{DE-U15}} off Fair Island. This was the first U-boat loss to enemy action in t
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  • ...edbot:career>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Nottingham'' (1913)|fate2=by {{DE-U52}} In March 1914, the ship was to carry two red bands on first and third funnel.{{AWO1914|924 of 6 Mar
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  • {{Tenure|rank=Captain|name=Wion de Malpas Egerton|nick=Wion de M. Egerton|appt=January, 1918{{NLFeb19|p. 754}}<ref>Egerton Service Record. {{Tenure|rank={{Com2RN}}|name=Wion de Malpas Egerton|nick=Wion de M. Egerton|appt=1 September, 1926<ref>Egerton Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 19
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  • ...rethusa''''' was one of eight [[Arethusa Class Cruiser (1913)|''Arethusa'' class]] light cruisers completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. She fought in the [[Bat ...uffered serious damage from the German cruisers {{DE-Frauenlob|f=p}} and {{DE-Stettin}}, but not before she landed a 6-in shell on the bridge of the form
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  • ...nfused action before being torpedoed and seriously damaged by the German {{DE-UC25}} at 1.30pm. She was towed back to harbour for repairs. The ship re-commissioned at Portsmoputh on 1 April, 1927.{{NLJul27|p. 230}}
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  • ...fredbot:career>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Falmouth'' (1910)|fate2=by {{DE-U63}} In October 1914, the ship was to be given 4 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose stov
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  • ...aval College, Greenwich]], which he completed on 7 December, with a Second Class pass. The same day he was appointed an assistant to the [[Director of Nava ...ve great confidence. Very strict & excellent disciplinarian & handles his ship very ably."<ref>ADM 196/88. f. 1.</ref> He was superseded in command of '
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  • ...arry them out. Rather of the buffoon type, yet well meaning. Handles his ship well."<ref>ADM 196/88. f. 64.</ref> On 15 September he was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • ...|2 January, 1903}} He was appointed in command of the ''Warrior'', depôt ship at Portsmouth, on 30 August, 1903.<ref>"Naval & Military Intelligence" (Off ...of the King's birthday he was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • ...gton House School]], Fareham, and entered the [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] in January, 1877. He served as {{MidRN}} in the armoured ...be superseded shortly. Apparently the issue was one of Browne taking the ship to sea in Fyler's absence &ndash; an act which the Admitalty felt was justi
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  • ...r-Admiral Henderson elicited the comment that the "[d]isorganised state of ship shows that executive officer has no aptitude for his duty." A satisfactory Heneage was appointed an Additional Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • ...ey, Royal Navy. He entered the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on 15 July, 1878. ...DM 196/88. f. 57.</ref> During his time at the Cape Hickley played first-class cricket for the Western Province team.<ref>Cricket Archive. [http://cricke
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  • [[Admiral (Royal Navy)|Admiral]] '''John de Mestre Hutchison''', C.M.G., C.V.O., Royal Navy, Retired (4 September, 1864 ...therefore had to wait nine months before being rated {{MidRN}}. His first ship was the ironclad ''Agincourt'' at the Dardanelles, which he joined via the
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  • ...t away, but for the fact that there were four other Sub-Lieutenants in his class who also had three firsts. The Admiralty decided that the five officers wo ...0, Jellicoe was appointed to H.M.S. ''Inconstant'' for service in the flag ship of the Mediterranean Squadron, H.M.S. ''Alexandra'', to which he was appoin
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  • ...NB: manual edits to ShipCareer are discouraged: edit the data block at the Class page's foot --><div name=fredbot:career>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Thra ...S. ''Thracian''''' was one of sixty-seven [["S" Class Destroyer (1918)|"S" class destroyers]] built for the [[Royal Navy]] as the [[Great War]] was ending.
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  • ...R. S. de Chair|appt=1 August, 1914{{SMNLFeb16|p. 7}}|end=6 March, 1916<ref>De Chair Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.}} f. 259.</ref>|as=Rear-Admiral C ...ist'' shows a strength of six older [[Edgar Class Cruiser (1890)|''Edgar'' class]] protected cruisers.<ref>Albert Francis Barclay Bridges papers at The Cair
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  • ...y of obtaining accurate fire control & consequently accurate shooting in a ship with a mixed armament of 12" and 9.2" or 12" and 10" guns. This difficulty ...27885|1037|13 February, 1906}} On 8 March he was appointed a [[Naval Aide-de-Camp]] to King Edward, vice [[John Locke Marx|Marx]].{{Gaz|27897|2061|23 Ma
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  • |nat=DE ...aster than the previous [[Scharnhorst Class Cruiser (1906)|''Scharnhorst'' class]] vessels.
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  • ...ing struck in the ''Good Hope'' at Portsmouth, Milne's was hoisted in that ship.<ref>"The Mediterranean Command" (News in Brief). ''The Times''. Saturday {{Tenure|rank=Admiral|name=Charles William de la Poer Beresford, First Baron Beresford|nick=The Rt. Hon. Lord Charles Ber
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  • In October 1914, the ship was to be given 24 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose sto In 1910, ''Drake'' was the best gunnery ship of the 11 tested of the [[Atlantic Fleet]] and {{UK-CS|5}}, scoring 67.27 &
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  • ...ommanded the {{UK-1Mersey|f=t}} in the [[Annual Manoeuvres of 1890]]. His ship acted as part of Fleet Number 1 which was itself playing the role of the Ro He was appointed as Captain of the training ship [[H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship)|''Britannia'']] on 17 April, 1894.<ref>Moore Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 19
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  • ...twenty-eighth in order of merit of thirty-six candidates accepted as first-class Naval Cadets following the entrance examinations of December, 1864.<ref>"Na ...t {{UK-Excellent}} for various courses. During this time he earned a First Class Certificate in Gunnery from ''Excellent'' and an Honorary Certificate from
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  • Four '''''Königsberg'' class cruisers''' were completed in 1916 and 1917. ...t inaugurated in the 1911's [[Magdeburg Class Cruiser (1911)|''Magdeburg'' class]].
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  • ...to {{LieutRN}} with seniority of 7 November, 1861, Oxley obtained a first class certificate in gunnery on 30 August, 1864. ...Jamaica", following praise by Captain [[Algernon Frederick Rous de Horsey|de Horsey]]. However, something must have gone seriously wrong, as another no
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  • [[Admiral (Royal Navy)|Admiral]] {{SIR}} '''Algernon Frederick Rous de Horsey''', K.C.B., Royal Navy (25 July, 1827 &ndash; 22 October, 1922) was De Horsey was promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} on 26 July, 1846.
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  • Two '''''Brummer'' class cruiser-minelayers''' were completed in 1915. ...t inaugurated in the 1911's [[Magdeburg Class Cruiser (1911)|''Magdeburg'' class]].
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  • ..., 1891, to assume command when she recommissioned. He assisted the German ship S.S. ''Rheinfels'' when she was stranded near the Ras Gharib lighthouse in Appointment as a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) came on 11 October, 1901.{{Gaz|27364|
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  • He was appointed a Member of the Third Class, or Companion, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the ...d the {{UK-Northumberland|f=t}} in the [[Annual Manoeuvres of 1890]]. His ship was part of Fleet Number 1 playing the role of the Royal Navy fending off a
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  • ...of {{ViceRN}} on 29 April, 1885, vice [[Algernon Frederick Rous de Horsey|de Horsey]].{{Gaz|25466|1984|1 May, 1885}} ...oria's golden jubilee, he was appointed an Additional Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, in the Military Division of the Order of the Bath (K.
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  • ...st Noble Order of the Garter, Jackson was appointed a Member of the Fourth Class of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) dated 20 February, 1906.{{Gaz|27913|3 ...E. Patey]]'''|'''[[H.M.S. Impregnable (Training Ship)|Captain of Training Ship H.M.S. ''Impregnable'']]'''<br>4 Feb, 1909<ref>Savory Service Record. {{T
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  • ...ith three months for a second class in study, and three months for a first class in seamanship.<ref>Kingsmill Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/38/757.|D760138 ...22 August. On 10 September 1900 he was appointed in command of the third-class cruiser {{UK-Mildura}} on the [[Australian Station]].<ref>Kingsmill Service
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  • ...by shellfire in a running battle before being torpedoed by the submarine {{DE-UC25}} &ndash; a rare case of a submarine participating effectively in what {|width=75% class="toccolours"
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  • ...ose intended to act as look-out ships, observing that it is possible first-class or battle-cruisers may be attached to fleets to play the part assigned by L ...heir new big cruisers are really Battle-ships in disguise, and our new 1st class cruisers ought to be designed accordingly.<ref>Fisher to Selborne. Letter
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  • ...issioned in 1897 as one of nine [[Eclipse Class Cruiser (1894)|''Eclipse'' class cruisers]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. ...recommissioned at Chatham on 20 January, 1913 for temporary service as the ship of Captain (D) of the {{UK-DF|9}} while the {{UK-1Diamond|f=tp}} was in doc
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  • ...rue that Lord Brassey, in his valuable paper, "On the Future Policy of War-ship Building," read here in 1891, has already treated the subject from a states In order to avoid exaggerating the importance of any class of war-ship and to truly exhibit the functions it is called upon to perform, it must be
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  • Based in Harwich with fifteen [[Laforey Class Destroyer (1913)|"L" class destroyers]] (soon growing to 20) under flagship {{UK-Amphion|f=t}} at the ...UK-Laurel}}, {{UK-Liberty}}, and {{UK-Lysander}} torpedoed light cruiser {{DE-Mainz}}. Only ''Lysander'' avoided receiving significant damage.{{March|p.
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  • ...of assorted old torpedo boats and [[River Class Destroyer (1903)|''River'' class destroyers]]. The T.B.s ran 37 18-in cold torpedoes that year, endangering * {{UK-Venus}} (depot ship)
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  • ...M.S. ''Sutlej''''' was one of six [[Cressy Class Cruiser (1899)|''Cressy'' class cruisers]]. ...ent to {{UK-Triumph}}, for temporary service in the {{UK-BS|8}} while the ship took on a crew from Chatham Depot for service with the Third Fleet's {{UK-C
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  • ...when she veered off to ram and sink [[Otto Eduard Weddigen]]'s submerged {{DE-U29}}.{{DawsonFlotillas|pp. 133-5}} He was gazetted an Ordinary Member of the Third Class, or Companion, of the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order of the
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  • Pipon was born at Malta. As a acting {{SubRN}}, he served in the second-rate ship-of-the-line [[H.M.S. Zealous (1864)|''Zealous'']]. Upon making {{SubRN}} o ...or of being relieved at the end of his commission. He took command of the ship on 8 February. In 1895, the Foreign Office and the Admiralty expressed the
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  • ...1893, name ship for [[Edgar Class Cruiser (1890)|her class]] of nine first-class protected cruisers. ...[[Walter Hodgson Bevan Graham]] was informed by Admiralty Letter that the ship's engine room was "unfavourable" when inspected by A. Fremantle on 20 March
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  • Ten '''''Cöln'' class cruisers''' were planned to replace war losses. Only two were completed an They were generally similar to the precreding ''Königsberg'' class, but featured the larger 60cm torpedo in place of the 50cm models.
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  • A total of 103 [[Destroyer|destroyers]] of the '''"M" Class''' were completed, 13 in the 1913-1914 programme and 90 further ships as pa They were essentially improved [[Laforey Class Destroyer (1913)|"L" class destroyers]] with 6 knots more speed, but there was a mix of Admiralty desi
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  • A total of 62 [[Destroyer|destroyers]] of the '''"R" Class''' were completed in 1916-1917 as part of the War Emergency Programme. ...the early units led to the final 11 being adapted into the '''Modified "R" Class''', which had slightly different armament, a bridge placed further aft, and
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  • ...ears following 1897 had three funnels. They were designated as the '''"C" Class destroyers''' on 30 August 1912.{{Conways1906|p. 18}} {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • ...o 2,000 yards range. Multiple observers felt it may have hit the foremost ship, whose searchlights went out.<ref>Beatty Papers at the National Maritime Mu In October 1914, the ship was to be given 5 Pattern 1582 Electric Radiators to warm cabins whose stov
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  • ...''Argonaut''''' was one of eight [[Diadem Class Cruiser (1896)|''Diadem'' class]] protected cruisers completed for the [[Royal Navy]] at the end of the nin ...ure|rank=Commander|name=Carlton Valentine de Mornay Cowper|nick=Carlton V. de M. Cowper|appt=18 June, 1909<ref>Cowper Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42/2
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  • ...[[Schichau-Werke]] and [[Germaniawerft]] in Germany, [[Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée|FCM]] and [[Chantiers et Ateliers Augustin-Normand|Norman Destroyers, like other ship types, generally grew in size and capability as time went on.
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  • Light cruiser '''H.M.S. ''Amphion''''', completed in 1913, was the first ship of the [[Royal Navy]] lost in the war. ...as one of seven ships of the [[Boadicea Class Cruiser (1908)|''Boadicea'' class]].
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  • ...s Cruiser (1892)|Astræa class cruisers]], but served as a submarine depot ship in the Great War. ''Bonaventure'' was refitted as a depôt ship for submarines by April, 1907, commissioning at Haulbowline on the 2nd of t
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  • ...'''' was one of 21 [[Apollo Class Cruiser (1890)|''Apollo'' class]] second-class cruisers completed in the early to mid 1890s. ...round August/September, 1917 in order to transition to service as a parent ship for the {{UK-DF|4}}, which then boasted a strength of 38 destroyers. She k
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  • ...'''' was one of 21 [[Apollo Class Cruiser (1890)|''Apollo'' class]] second-class cruisers completed in the early to mid 1890s. The ship was paid off at Portsmouth by Captain [[Horatio Nelson Dudding]] on 8 June,
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  • ...eleven [[Third Class Cruiser|third class cruisers]] of the '''''Pelorus'' Class''' were completed between 1897 and 1901. {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • ...''Psyche''''' was one of eleven [[Pelorus Class Cruiser (1896)|''Pelorus'' class cruisers]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] between 1898 and 1901. ...=Acting {{CaptRN}}|name=Cunningham Robert de Clare Foot|nick=Cunningham R. de C. Foot|appt=23 September, 1903<ref>Foot Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/42.
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  • ...''''' was one of four [[Faulknor Class Flotilla Leader (1914)|''Faulknor'' class]] flotilla leaders. Returned to Chile in 1920, there would be another lead ...was also blamed for damaging jetties and tugs at Leith when he backed his ship out of a dock in March, 1915.<ref>Roper Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/44/1
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  • The two [[Armoured Cruiser|armoured cruisers]] of the '''''Scharnhorst'' class''' were completed in 1907 and 1908. They formed the core strength of Spee' {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...21}} ten miles south-east of May Island. A magazine was detonated and the ship sank in four minutes with a large part of her crew. Leake was wounded but ...d then a blue jacket. Then another oar and another blue jacket. Looked for ship found her still on her nose (probably on the bottom) she then fell over and
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  • Seven '''''Bremen'' class light cruisers''' were completed between 1904 and 1907. ...r adaptations of the successful [[Gazelle Class Cruiser (1898)|''Gazelle'' class]].
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  • ...ive [[Protected Cruiser|protected cruisers]] of the '''''Victoria Louise'' class''''' were completed in 1898 and 1899. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...S. ''Sardonyx''''' was one of sixty-seven [["S" Class Destroyer (1918)|"S" class destroyers]] built for the [[Royal Navy]] as the [[Great War]] was ending. The ship was reduced to Reserve on 31 March, 1931.{{NLJul31|p. 268}} She was commis
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  • ....M.S. ''Somme''''' was one of sixty-seven [["S" Class Destroyer (1918)|"S" class destroyers]] built for the [[Royal Navy]] as the [[Great War]] was ending. The ship re-commissioned at [[Hong Kong]] on 1 October, 1929 for continued service w
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  • ...M.S. ''Speedy''''' was one of sixty-seven [["S" Class Destroyer (1918)|"S" class destroyers]] built for the [[Royal Navy]] as the [[Great War]] was ending. ...th|Donal S. McGrath]]. ''Speedy{{'}}s'' survivors would also join the new ship.{{NMI|2 Nov. 1922, p. 20}}
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  • .... ''Nubian''''' was one of twelve [[Tribal Class Destroyer (1907)|"Tribal" class destroyers]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in the years immediately prec In July, 1914, work to somehow alter the ship's chart table was deferred.{{AWO1914|80 of 3 July 1914}}
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  • |nat=DE ...moured cruiser]] '''S.M.S. ''Fürst Bismarck''''' was the only ship of her class, completed in 1900 for the [[Imperial German Navy]].
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  • |nat=DE ...rmoured cruiser]] '''S.M.S. ''Prinz Heinrich''''' was the only ship of her class, completed in 1902.
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  • ...ce Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/48/41.|D7603945}} f. ?.</ref>|note=dismissed the ship following Court Martial for being absent without leave}} ...e|rank={{LieutRN}} & Commander|name=De Courcy Wyndor Plunkett Ireland|nick=De Courcy W. P. Ireland|appt=1 February, 1910{{NLApr10|p. 324}}|end=1910}}
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  • ...r extant 27 knotters were redesignated as [["A" Class Destroyer (1894)|"A" Class Destroyers]]. She did not last much longer however, as she was scrapped in ...e of {{UK-2Ariel}} in the [[Medway Instructional Flotilla]], as the latter ship had had defects in its machinery..{{NMI|Wednesday, May 10, 1899; pg. 13; Is
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  • ...r extant 27 knotters were redesignated as [["A" Class Destroyer (1894)|"A" Class Destroyers]]. She was lost to a mine in mid-1915. ...6/49/27.|D7604126}} f. 14.</ref>{{NLApr10|p. 340}}|end=15 August, 1910<ref>de la Poer Service Record. {{TNA|ADM 196/49/27.|D7604126}} f. 14.</ref>}}
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  • ...a young marine from drowning, who had fallen overboard from her Majesty's ship {{UK-1Speedy}} during her trials at Sheerness.{{NMI|Monday, Nov 27, 1893; p ...]] noticed smoke and flames being emitted from the funnel. He ordered the ship anchored and found the stokehold full of steam with men lying on deck &ndas
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  • '''H.M.S. ''Fairy''''' was one of forty [["C" Class Destroyer (1896)|"C" class destroyers]] built for the [[Royal Navy]] &mdash; a "30 knotter". ...as provided for the officer or man to note the particulars of the specific ship the given copy of the Manual was to serve. The following is condensed from
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  • ...S. ''Thrasher''''' was one of twenty-four [["B" Class Destroyer (1895)|"B" class destroyers]] built for the [[Royal Navy]] &mdash; a "30 knotter". ...rongly-copied course change signal. Both vessels were damaged and a First-Class Petty Officer named Cruikshank was drowned. ''Thrasher'' had her fore funn
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  • '''H.M.S. ''Skate''''' was one of thirty-six [[27 Knotter]]s, a broad meta-class of early [[Torpedo Boat Destroyer]]s built for the [[Royal Navy]] in the 18 ...l, 1907 to Cox, Falmouth.<ref>Admiralty to C.-in-C. Nore. 17 January 1906. Ship's Cover 128. f. 175.</ref>{{LyonFirstDestroyers|p. 70}}
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  • ...lost him his dead reckoning. That he had relied on the leadership of the ship ahead seemed right.{{NMI|Saturday, Oct 16, 1897; pg. 10; Issue 35336}} ...e|rank={{LieutRN}} & Commander|name=Oscar Valentin de Satgé|nick=Oscar V. de Satgé|appt=7 November, 1896<ref>"Naval & Military Intelligence" (Official
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  • '''H.M.S. ''Tiger''''' was one of forty [["C" Class Destroyer (1896)|"C" class destroyers]] built for the [[Royal Navy]] &mdash; a "30 knotter". There was also a later ship, a battlecruiser, named {{UK-Tiger}}.
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  • ...starboard. Vexingly, the action of this wheel was the opposite to what a ship's wheel ordinarily delivered. {{Tenure|rank={{LaCRN}}|name=Guy de Lancy Ormsby Johnson|nick=Guy de L. O. Johnson|appt=25 August, 1900|end=13 September, 1900}}
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  • ...' was one of 12 destroyers of the [[Tribal Class Destroyer (1907)|"Tribal" class]]. ...Richardson and {{UK-1Maori}} joined ten other destroyers in prosecuting {{DE-U8}} which {{UK-Viking}} had been attacking, successfully blowing the subma
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  • ...''' was one of 36 destroyers of the [[River Class Destroyer (1903)|"River" class]]. ...November, 1914, under the command of {{CommRN}} Wilson, ''Garry'' rammed {{DE-U18}} off Scapa Flow in the Pentland Firth, obligating the submarine's crew
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  • ...'' was one of the [[Royal Navy]]'s eleven [["D" Class Destroyer (1896)|"D" class destroyers]]. ...1899 under command of [[John Michael de Robeck, First Baronet|John Michael de Robeck]].{{ARTS1899|pp. 62-3}}
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  • ...eander Class Cruiser (1882)|''Leander'' class]], but she served as a depot ship in the Great War. In June 1904 she completed conversion to a depot ship for destroyers.{{DittColl|p. 293}}
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  • ...ted by destroyers and armed auxiliary steamers. German records show that {{DE-U8|f=p}}, scuttled on 4 March 1915 after being caught in the nets, forced t {{DE-UB10|f=p}} was caught by the nets but worked herself clear after eight. Bac
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  • ...d Fleet. The German operation was then cancelled after the light cruiser {{DE-Graudenz|f=p}} struck a mine and other German ships reported spotting subma ...mal commander, was indisposed. His force was reduced to four ships after {{DE-Seydlitz|f=p}} struck a mine.{{MarderFDSFII| pp. 424-25}}
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  • ...ass torpedo boats of the [[125 Footer Class Torpedo Boat (1885)|125 Footer class]]. In 1895, she was one of six first-class torpedo boats stationed at Hong Kong.{{ARTS1895|p. 62}}
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  • ...ass torpedo boats of the [[125 Footer Class Torpedo Boat (1885)|125 Footer class]]. In 1895, she was one of twenty-three first-class torpedo boats of at least 125 feet in length stationed in Portsmouth along
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  • ...H.M.S. ''E 54''''' was one of fifty-seven [["E" Class Submarine (1912)|"E" class submarines]] completed in Britain before and during the [[Great War]]. ...e sank {{DE-U81}} after the enemy boat surfaced after torpedoing a surface ship at 51deg N., 13deg W..{{UKTH1|pp. 5,13}} The boat was under the command of
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  • ...H.M.S. ''E 16''''' was one of fifty-seven [["E" Class Submarine (1912)|"E" class submarines]] completed in Britain before and during the [[Great War]]. ..., under {{LCommRN}} [[Cecil Ponsonby Talbot|Cecil P. Talbot]], E 16 sank {{DE-U6}} at 59deg 10' N., 5deg 9' E..{{UKTH1|p. 13}}
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  • ...H.M.S. ''L 12''''' was one of thirty-five [["L" Class Submarine (1917)|"L" class submarines]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. On 16 October, 1918, she sank {{DE-UB90}} at 57deg 55' N., 10deg 27' E..{{UKTH1|p. 13}}
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  • ...on of [[Submarine|submarines]] of the [[Royal Navy]] named for their depot ship, was established in April 1917 under the command of Vice-Admiral, Queenstow ...h alongside [[Vulcan's Flotilla]]. It is comprised of the eponymous depot ship, and {{UK-D1}}, {{UK-D4}} and {{UK-D6}} from the former {{UK-SF|3}} and {{U
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  • ...in the Mediterranean. On 8 December, however, he was invalided from the ship, presumably with Mediterranean Fever, and sent back to England, arriving on ...d again be admitted to Plymouth Hospital on 9 February, 1903. He left the ship to attend the Naval College in August, 1903.<ref>Kennedy Service Record. {
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  • ...ined the Royal Navy by entering the [[:Category:H.M.S. Britannia (Training Ship) Entrants of September, 1900|September, 1900 intake term]] at {{UK-1Britann ...uccess. Appointed in command of {{UK-Ophelia}} in August, 1918, he sank {{DE-UB83}} with all hands by depth charge attack on 10 September 1918. For thi
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  • ...d likewise fail his first gunnery exam in October but then obtain a second-class certificate in mid December.<ref>Fox Service Record {{TNA|ADM 196/49/98.|D7 ...for gross carelessness on his part in the loss of private signals from the ship.<ref>Fox Service Record {{TNA|ADM 196/49/98.|D7604197}} f. ?.</ref>
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  • |'''Ship'''||'''Type'''||'''Launched'''||'''Fate''' |{{UK-1TB14|f=p}}||first-class torpedo boat||1878||Broken up 1904
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  • ...=t}}, leading a force of four [[Laforey Class Destroyer (1913)|''Laforey'' class destroyers]], encountered four obsolescent German torpedo boats heading out ...t the smaller and more elderly {{DE-S115}}, {{DE-S117}}, {{DE-S118}} and {{DE-S119}} of the German 7th Half-flotilla.
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  • ...I mean such a professional manager as would be found at the head of first-class engineering works. As I have said before, we did our best in that direction
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  • ...arrier''''' was one of five [[Dryad Class Torpedo Gunboat (1893)|''Dryad'' class gunboats]]. ...re|rank={{CommRN}}|name=Carlton Valentine de Mornay Cowper|nick=Carlton V. de M. Cowper|appt=5 April, 1904{{NLOct04|p. 323}}|end=20 December, 1904<ref>Co
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  • ...ven torpedo gunboats of the [[Alarm Class Torpedo Gunboat (1892)|''Alarm'' class]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in the early 1890s. {{Tenure|rank={{LaCRN}}|name=Oscar Valentin de Satgé|nick=Oscar V. de Satgé|appt=5 August, 1901{{NLMay02|p. 272}}|end=}}
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  • ...ss Torpedo Gunboat (1888)|''Sharpshooter'' class torpedo gunboats]]. This class was followed by others which hoped to improve upon the problematic nature o The ship ventured outside the Plymouth breakwater on 31 July 1889 for a steam trial
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  • Six '''''Tucker'' class destroyers''' were completed for the [[U.S. Navy]] in 1915 and 1916. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...ul version of the preceding [[Caldwell Class Destroyer (1917)|''Caldwell'' class]], capable of 35 knots. ...hanges made in the subsequent [[Clemson Class Destroyer (1918)|''Clemson'' class]], though none of those would be completed before the war's end.
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  • ...s one of one hundred and eleven [[Wickes Class Destroyer (1917)|''Wickes'' class destroyers]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. ...bruary, 1941{{UBAllyWarship|4301}}|as=Captain of H.M.S. ''Salisbury''|note=ship is now H.M.S. ''Salisbury''}}
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  • Two '''''Blakely'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[U.S. Navy]] in 1902 and 1904. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Two '''''Columbia'' class protected cruisers''' were completed for the [[U.S. Navy]] in 1894. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...a''''' was one of six [[Pennsylvania Class Cruiser (1903)|''Pennsylvania'' Class armoured cruisers]] completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. ...six lives were lost when she capsized. She was the only major U.S. Naval ship to be lost in the [[Great War]].
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  • ...poosa''''' was the sole [[gunboat|side-wheel gunboat]] of the ''Sassacus'' class to survive into the 1880s. .... Navy)|South Atlantic Station]], ''Tallapoosa'' departed New York for Rio de Janeiro on 7 June, 1886. She remained in South American waters for the nex
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  • ...M.S. ''Espiegle''''' was one of six [[Cadmus Class Sloop (1900)|''Cadmus'' Class sloops]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. {{Tenure|rank={{CommRN}}|name=Lawrence de Wahl Satow|nick=Lawrence de W. Satow|appt=30 June, 1904{{NLOct04|p. 308}}|end=}}
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  • |type=turret ship In November 1880, the ship was being made reday to receive a second-class torpedo boat, which would reside on her hurricane deck in place of her seco
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  • ...'' was one of two [[Surprise Class Cruiser (1885)|''Surprise'' Class third class protected cruisers]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. {{Tenure|rank={{CommRN}}|name=Francis Grassie De Lisle|nick=Francis G. De Lisle|appt=1 January, 1894{{NLMar96|p. 197}}|end=1 January, 1897}}
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  • ...ulo''''' was one of fifteen [[Britomart Class Gunboat (1860)|''Britomart'' Class wooden gunboats]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. {{Tenure|rank={{LaCRN}}|name=Frederick de Veulle Sanders|nick=Frederick de V. Sanders|appt=19 March, 1867{{NLJul69|p. 229}}|end=}}
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  • ...''Jessamine''''' was one of twelve [[Azalea Class Sloop (1915)|''Azalea'' Class sweeping sloops]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. ...25 April, 1918, ''Jessamine'' dropped depth charges and sank the German {{DE-U104|f=t}}, which had been damaged earlier in the day by attacks from the A
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  • ...eronica''''' was one of twenty-four [[Acacia Class Sloop (1915)|''Acacia'' Class sweeping sloops]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. ...ADM 196/52/212.|}} f. 571.</ref>{{NLJul27|p. 280}}|end=September, 1928<ref>De Salis Service Record {{TNA|ADM 196/52/212.|}} f. 571.</ref>}}
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  • ...sturtium''''' was one of thirty-six [[Arabis Class Sloop (1915)|''Arabis'' Class sweeping sloops]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. ...um'' and the hired yacht ''Aegusa'' were all sunk by a minefield laid by {{DE-U73}} off Malta.{{KindellROH2|pp. 193-4}}
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  • {{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Primula'' (1915)|fate2=by {{DE-U35}} ...'Primula''''' was one of thirty-six [[Arabis Class Sloop (1915)|''Arabis'' Class sweeping sloops]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]].
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  • ...'Dahlia''''' was one of twenty-four [[Acacia Class Sloop (1915)|''Acacia'' Class sweeping sloops]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. In 1925, she was functioning as a temporary {{RNVR}} drill ship at Newport.{{NLApr25|p. 230}}
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  • ...eather''''' was one of twelve [[Aubrietia Class Sloop (1916)|''Aubrietia'' Class convoy sloops]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. She also operated as ''' ...7, while dressed out as a "Q" ship ''Q.16'', ''Heather'' failed to bring {{DE-U52}} to action before suffering from several hits from the enemy's deck gu
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  • {{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Salvia'' (1916)|fate2=by {{DE-U94}} ...Salvia''''' was one of twelve [[Aubrietia Class Sloop (1916)|''Aubrietia'' Class convoy sloops]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. She was renamed '''''Q.1
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  • ....S. ''Sussex''''' was one of four [[London Class Cruiser (1927)|''London'' Class cruisers]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. The ship had a silver bell cast for it shortly before its completion by Messrs. Ston
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  • ...M.S. ''Cornwall''''' was one of seven [[Kent Class Cruiser (1926)|''Kent'' Class cruisers]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. ...der the oversight of the rather sinisterly-named Commander [[Robert Holmes De'ath]]{{NLJul27|p. 227}} until mid-1927 when Captain The Hon. [[William Spen
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  • C-in-C, Mediterranean and Portsmouth: Admiralty papers on problems of ship construction 1870-75. ...etters to shipbuilders inviting plans for building a turret or a broadside ship, 1867. Reports on trials of MONARCH and CAPTAIN, 1870. Reply from Sir Spenc
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  • ...s one of one hundred and fourteen [[Hunt Class Minesweeper (1916)|''Hunt'' Class minesweepers]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]]. ...ed an experimental 79X radar set &ndash; the first radar to be fitted to a ship. {{UK-Sheffield}} and {{UK-Rodney}} would receive 20 kW versions of 79Y sy
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  • Thirty-two '''''Ascot'' class paddle minesweepers''' were ordered for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1915 through {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • ...rescue of exhausted Lt. [[Lancelot John Barrington Walters|Walters]] after ship lost ...t anchor in squally Lamlash Harbour, diving 30 feet from the bridge of the ship.{{ToL|Bravest Deed of the Year|Wednesday, Feb 13, 1935; pg. 9; Issue 46987}
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  • ...he [[Royal Navy]] as one of two [[Belleisle Class Ram (1876)|''Belleisle'' Class armoured rams]]. In April 1902, ''Orion'' became a depot ship for torpedo boats at Malta, initially under the command of [[Charles Edward
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  • Nine '''''Fortune'' class tugs''', also known as the '''''Pinta'' class''', were completed for the [[U.S. Navy]]. The ''Fortunes'' would form the {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Seven '''''Schütze'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1882-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Two '''''Zephir'' class torpedo steamers''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1874 {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Six '''''W 1'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1884. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Ten '''''V 1'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1884. {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Six '''''S 1'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1884-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Seventeen '''''S 7'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1885. {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Eight '''''S 24'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1886-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Nine '''''S 33'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1887. {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Fifteen '''''S 43'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1889-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Eight '''''S 58'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1891-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Seven '''''S 67'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1893-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Seven '''''S 75'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1895-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • Six '''''S 82'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1897-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Two '''''G 88'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1897-18 {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Two '''''D 1'' class divisional torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Two '''''D 3'' class divisional torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Two '''''D 5'' class divisional torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Two '''''D 7'' class divisional torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Eleven '''''S 90'' class torpedo boats''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in 1899-19 {| class="wikitable collapsible collapsed" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 styl
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  • |nat=DE ...slightly enlarged version of the [[S 90 Class Torpedo Boat (1899)|''S 90'' class]], begun as ''S 97'' and launched on 16 December, 1899.{{GronerWarships1|pp
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