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The '''First Lord of the Admiralty''' was the civilian head of the [[Royal Navy]] - a member of the government of the day and responsible to parliament for the fleet.  
 
The '''First Lord of the Admiralty''' was the civilian head of the [[Royal Navy]] - a member of the government of the day and responsible to parliament for the fleet.  
  

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·Operations Division
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The First Lord of the Admiralty was the civilian head of the Royal Navy - a member of the government of the day and responsible to parliament for the fleet.

First Lords of the Admiralty, 1886–1929