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  • ...G.C.B., Royal Navy (23 August, 1827 &ndash; 4 May, 1916) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]]. Hay was promoted to the rank of {{LieutRN}} on 19 December, 1846.<ref>Clowes. '''VII'''. p. 575.</ref>
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  • ...as a piece of British legislation regulating the retirement of officers of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...avy, with particular reference to the ages at which the Officers come upon the several lists.
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  • '''H.M.S. ''Vanguard''''' (ex-''Rodney'') was one of three [[St. Vincent Class Battleship (1908)|''St. Vincent'' class battleshi ...>"Naval and Military Intelligence" (Official Appointments and Notices). ''The Times''. Thursday, 2 January, 1908. Issue '''38532''', col C, p. 8.</ref>
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  • ...to sea that evening.<ref>"Grand Fleet Operations, August, 1914 - Narrative of Events." Jellicoe Papers. British Library. Add MS. 48995. f. 28-29.</re ==Letter of 30 October, 1914==
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  • ...ourse.jpg|thumb|right|450px|A group portrait of Commanders and Captains on the War Course which began in September, 1902. From left to right, standing: [ ...and then at Portsmouth. Branch war colleges were located at Devonport and the Nore.
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  • ...0.</ref> The [[Admiralty War Staff (Royal Navy)|Admiralty War Staff]] was the result. Admiralty
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  • [[File:Fisher, NPG x12902.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral of the Fleet The Right Honourable Lord Fisher, 1916.<br><small>Portrait: © National Portrai ...kground, he made friends in the right places and forged his way up through the ranks.
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  • ...1912 he was dismissed in acrimonious circumstances by [[First Lord of the Admiralty]] [[Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill|Winston Churchill]] and went into ret Bridgeman-Simpson was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on 8 April, 1873.
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  • ...le:Wemyss Orpen.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral of the Fleet Rosslyn Wemyss, First Baron Wester Wemyss, portrayed as an Admiral.<br><small>Portrait: Sir Willi ...ng the [[First World War]], followed by his elevation to the position of [[First Sea Lord]] in 1917.
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  • [[File:Sir Henry B. Jackson.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Admiral of the Fleet Sir Henry B. Jackson.]] ...1915 to 1916 during the [[First World War]] and being promoted to the rank of {{FleetRN}} in 1919.
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  • ...Haven, NPG x28756.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral of the Fleet the Marquess of Milford Haven, as an Admiral.<br><small>Photograph: © National Portrait Ga ...K.C.M.G., P.C. (24 May, 1854 &ndash; 11 September, 1921) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]].
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  • [[File:ArthurHood.jpg|thumb|right|350px|Admiral Lord Hood of Avalon.]] ...B., Royal Navy (14 July, 1824 &ndash; 15 November, 1901) was an officer of the [[Royal Navy]].
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  • ...of the Admiralty]], the politician responsible to Crown and Parliament for the Navy. ===Order in Council of 14 January, 1869===
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  • ...stom and design he was the pre-eminent Lord Commissioner on the [[Board of Admiralty]]. ...and most open to criticism."<ref>"Death of Mr. Ward Hunt" (Obituaries). ''The Times''. Monday, 30 July, 1877. Issue '''29007''', col F, p. 9.</ref>
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  • ...Navy]]. He was in charge of manning the ships, and training and educating the men. ...the First Naval Lord, assisted by the Junior Naval Lord. The other Naval Lords were also given an increase in pay.<ref>Hamilton. pp. 189-190.</ref>
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  • ...''Deputy First Sea Lord''' was an officer on the [[Board of Admiralty]] of the [[Royal Navy]]. ...ADM 196/42. p. 200.</ref> In his memoirs, he described the circumstances of his appointment:
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  • ...rangement was to persist for nearly a century until the final abolition of the Board. ...f>"Precis of the Division & General Mode of Conducting the Business of the Admiralty at Whitehall." Dated 21 June, 1844. {{TNA|ADM 1/5543.}}.</ref>
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  • ...the [[Board of Admiralty]] and the naval officer responsible for supply in the [[Royal Navy]]. ...t, as shall be assigned to them or each of them, from time to time, by the First Lord."
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  • ...d Sea Lord in 1918, once more becoming '''Third Sea Lord and Controller of the Navy'''. ==History of Controller of the Navy==
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  • ...om 1911 to 1915. He was forced from office following the formation of the First Coalition government. ...rticle on Churchill will focus only on his first term as First Lord of the Admiralty.''
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