Found in 73 Collections and/or Records:
Subjects include: the naval building programme; training for engineers and officers; HMSS Dreadnought and Invincible; battleship speed, armaments and design.
Subjects include: naval estimates; training of cadets, midshipmen and junior officers.
Subjects include: French naval estimates for 1904; Admiralty and War Office administration; the New Scheme of naval training, particularly relating to nucleus crews; invasion and submarines.
Subjects include: Fleet auxiliaries; State education in the Navy.
Subjects include: the new system of entry, training and employment of Royal Marine officers; entry and training of naval officers; the transfer of Gibraltar from the War Office to the Admiralty; the defence of colonial and Indian ports.
Subjects include: criticism of naval reform; education of Royal Marine officers and engineers; British manoeuvres in German commercial waters; the navigation school at Portsmouth [Hampshire]; recruitment of engineers; future shipbuilding arrangements; the dangerous division of responsibility between the War Office and Admiralty over ordnance of the Fleet.
Subjects include: a proposed increase in the numbers of ships used in non-fighting services; the position of engineer and Royal Marine officers under the new scheme of training; general war plans.
Subjects include: the New Scheme of training for engineer and Royal Marine officers; the revived naval scare; comparison of the Channel Fleet with that of 1906 and with the German High Sea Fleet.
Printed. Detailed information about the French army including French history, France, army conditions and recruitment, organisation, administration, military education, uniform, and the French navy.
Subjects include: the need for a general staff for the navy; the strategical distribution of the fleets; cable communication; the protection of commerce; naval education; battle and cruising formations; the submarine and the Whitehead torpedo.
Subjects include: the possibility of action against Germany; naval education; the future of Marine officers; the comparative strength of Britain and Germany.
Subjects include: recent naval developments, including training, the formation of the Home Fleet, the establishment of the Naval War College at Portsmouth [Hampshire] and a navigational school, and the division of responsibility at the Admiralty; shipbuilding policy and the fleet's fighting efficiency; measures to be taken in the event of war with Germany.
Subjects include: estimates for additional dreadnoughts and extra men; the status and training of officers and the revision of the War College curriculum.
Subjects include: the Super-Active class; naval education, and the likelihood of widening the basis from which the officer class is drawn; the supplementation of the naval estimates to meet new German developments; plans for the reform of the Committee of Imperial Defence; sources and supply of oil fuel.
Subjects include: lessons from the tactical games worked out at the Royal Naval College; the use of HMS Leander as a depot ship for the Destroyer Flotilla in the Mediterranean; criticism of new training schemes; Fisher's appointment as 1st Sea Lord; Portsmouth dockyard [Hampshire]; the simplification of signalling systems.
Subjects include: the shipbuilding programme, 1908-09, and the increase in naval estimates to match German shipbuilding plans; fleet exercises for a state of war between Britain and Germany; the continuation of the Selborne scheme for naval training.
Includes examination certificates for the rank of Lieutenant, and Dartmouth's "The List", Jan 1919.