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==First Lords of the Admiralty, 1886–1919==
 
==First Lords of the Admiralty, 1886–1919==
  
*[[George Frederick Samuel Robinson, 1st Marquess of Ripon]] [[1886]]
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*[[George Frederick Samuel Robinson, First Marquess of Ripon]] [[1886]]
 
*[[Lord George Francis Hamilton]] [[1886]]–[[1892]]
 
*[[Lord George Francis Hamilton]] [[1886]]–[[1892]]
*[[John Poyntz Spencer, 5th Earl Spencer]] [[1892]]–[[1895]]
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*[[John Poyntz Spencer, Fifth Earl Spencer]] [[1892]]–[[1895]]
*[[George Joachim Goschen, 1st Viscount Goschen]] [[1895]]–[[1900]]
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*[[George Joachim Goschen, First Viscount Goschen]] [[1895]]–[[1900]]
*[[William Waldegrave Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selborne]] [[1900]]–[[1905]]
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*[[William Waldegrave Palmer, Second Earl of Selborne]] [[1900]]–[[1905]]
*[[Frederick Archibald Vaughan Campbell, 3rd Earl Cawdor]] [[1905]]
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*[[Frederick Archibald Vaughan Campbell, Third Earl Cawdor]] [[1905]]
*[[Edward Marjoribanks, 2nd Baron Tweedmouth]] [[1905]]–[[1908]]
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*[[Edward Marjoribanks, Second Baron Tweedmouth]] [[1905]]–[[1908]]
 
*[[Reginald McKenna]] [[1908]]–[[1911]]
 
*[[Reginald McKenna]] [[1908]]–[[1911]]
 
*[[Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill|Winston Churchill]] [[1911]]–[[1915]]
 
*[[Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill|Winston Churchill]] [[1911]]–[[1915]]
*[[Arthur James Balfour, 1st Earl of Balfour|Sir Arthur Balfour]] [[1915]]–[[1916]]
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*[[Arthur James Balfour, First Earl of Balfour|Sir Arthur Balfour]] [[1915]]–[[1916]]
 
*[[Edward Carson, Baron Carson|Sir Edward Carson]] [[1916]]–[[1917]]
 
*[[Edward Carson, Baron Carson|Sir Edward Carson]] [[1916]]–[[1917]]
 
*[[Eric Campbell Geddes|Sir Eric Geddes]] [[1917]]–[[1919]]
 
*[[Eric Campbell Geddes|Sir Eric Geddes]] [[1917]]–[[1919]]

Revision as of 14:39, 26 June 2009

Royal Navy
Command and Administration
Board of Admiralty
Admiralty War Staff (post-1912)
·Operations Division
·Intelligence Division
·Mobilisation Division
·Trade Division (1914-)
·Anti-Submarine Division (1916-)
Departments of the Admiralty
Department of the Director of Naval Ordnance
Department of the Director of Naval Equipment (1912-)
Victualling Department
Naval Mobilisation Department (Royal Navy) (1900-1912)
Navigation Department (Royal Navy) (1913-)
Naval Intelligence Department (1887-1912)
Naval Construction Department
Department of the Controller of the Navy
Engineering Department
Dockyards Department
Dockyard Expense Accounts Department
Naval Store Department
Works Department
Compass Branch
Air Department
Coastguard and Reserves Branch
Engineer Branch
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Transport Department
Accountant-General's Department
Naval Medical Service
Contract and Purchase Department
Greenwich Hospital Department
Naval Education Office
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Board of Admiralty
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Royal Naval Colleges
Royal Naval Dockyards
Royal Naval War Staff
Royal Naval Establishments
Structure
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Royal Navy ship classes
Personnel
Flag Officers
Officer ranks
Lower Deck Ranks and Ratings
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Sunset
Heart of Oak
Band of the Royal Marines
Imperial Navy League
Imperial Maritime League

The First Lord of the Admiralty was responsible for the general direction and supervision of all business relating to the Royal Navy. He also dealt personally with all matters relating to promotions and removals from the service of naval and marine officers; honors and rewards [royal yachts and admiralty yacht]; appointment of Admirals and officers in command [including Engineers, Rear-Admirals, Surgeons-General and Deputy Surgeons-General, and staff appointments of the Royal Marines; Chaplain of the Fleet, appointment and entry of] naval chaplains and instructors; civil appointments and promotions (higher posts) [nomination to naval cadetships and to assistant clerkships, R.N.].

First Lords of the Admiralty, 1886–1919