Pages in category "British admirals". The following 2 pages are in this category,
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Mar 6, 2010 ... Never was such a bold decision made as that of British admiral Sir Edward
Hawke at Quiberon Bay to give chase in a rising gale as night fell.
Nov 26, 2008 ... Saul David is not quite convinced by an attempt to spread the glory around in this
history of British naval command.
Sep 24, 2008 ... The number of admirals serving in the Royal Navy now outstrips the number of
warships in the ... The British watchtowers beating back jihadists.
During the Seven Years War, Admiral Byng was charged with 'failing to do his ...
His orders were to prevent the French in Toulon from capturing the British ...
Nelson, along with flag officers like Admirals Sir John Jervis, Sir James de ... to a '
squadron' – a traditional British method to differentiate each admiral's rank.
Oct 11, 2014 ... Rear-Admirals of the Red and Blue, their proper Flag, with Two White Balls; ...
The British Admiral of the Fleet uses the Union Flag flown at the ...
Admiral who, as commander of the navy of Oliver Cromwell's Commonwealth,
became one of the most renowned seamen in English history. The son of a ...
Lives of the British admirals:: containing a new and accurate naval history, from
the earliest periods, ... Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinsons, 1785 - Admirals.
Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood By RichardMoore. Joining the Royal Navy at the
age of 12, Horatio Nelson was to rise through the ranks of British sailors and ...