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  • ...uring the [[First World War]], emerging as one of the pioneers of war-time aviation, before becoming in retirement a politician. ...the {{UK-1Swiftsure}}, flagship on the Pacific station, but moved to the {{UK-1Warspite}} in June 1890. Sueter suffered a gunshot wound to his right foo
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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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  • ...lo, John J. (2006). ''Anti-Submarine Warfare in World War I: British Naval Aviation and the Defeat of the U-Boats''. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 0415763835. #Beeler, John (2003). ''Birth of the Battleship: British Capital Ship Design 1870-1881''. London: Caxton Editions. ISBN 1840675349.
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  • In 1910, ''Hermes'' was the best gunnery ship of the three tested at the [[Cape of Good Hope Station]], scoring 75.66 &nd ...t, 1913|end=31 October, 1914{{HepperLosses|p. 28}}|succBy=Vessel Lost|note=ship lost under his command}}
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  • * Classic Ship Models: Number 1 The USS Wilkes-Barre, by Lawrence Sowinski * The First [[Town Class Cruiser (1909)|Town Class]]: 1908-31 (Part 1 of 3), by David Lyon
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  • [[Category:Ship Class]] [[Category:Aircraft Carrier Class]]
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  • [[Category:Ship Class]] [[Category:Seaplane Carrier Class]]
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