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137 People in group: Great War grouping; The Great War: Navy

The widespread introduction of modern communication techniques such as radio and sonar greatly changed the way Naval forces where used in the Great War. Gallipoli, on the northern bank of the Dardanelles, and Dogger Bank in the North Sea, where the location for some of the biggest navel battles of the Great War. Naval blockades nearly lost, and in turn, helped win the war, as each side attempted to stop all supplies reaching their intended destinations.

William Sowden Sims

1858-1936
Admiral of the US Navy
Sitter in 7 portraits

Sir Aubrey Clare Hugh Smith

1872-1957
Admiral
Sitter in 4 portraits

(George) Ernest Spero

1894-1960
Physician, author, businessman and politician; MP for Stoke Newington and Fulham
Sitter in 1 portrait

Sir (Edward) Neville Syfret

1889-1972
Admiral
Sitter in 13 portraits

Sir Ernest Augustus Taylor

1876-1971
Vice-Admiral and politician
Sitter in 14 portraits

Sir Bertram Sackville Thesiger

1875-1966
Admiral; County Commissioner for Hampshire
Sitter in 9 portraits

Sir Francis Loftus Tottenham

1880-1967
Admiral
Sitter in 7 portraits

John Cronyn Tovey, 1st Baron Tovey

1885-1971
Admiral of the fleet
Sitter in 10 portraits

Ernest Troubridge

1862-1926
Admiral
Sitter in 4 portraits

Sir Reginald Godfrey Otway Tupper

1859-1945
Admiral
Sitter in 12 portraits

Sir Reginald Yorke Tyrwhitt, 1st Bt

1870-1951
Admiral of the Fleet
Sitter in 11 portraits

Sir Philip Louis Vian

1894-1968
Admiral of the Fleet
Sitter in 12 portraits

Bertram Chalmers Watson

1887-1976
Vice-Admiral
Sitter in 8 portraits

Sir Richard Webb

1870-1950
Rear-Admiral
Sitter in 4 portraits

Rosslyn Erskine Wemyss, Baron Wester Wemyss

1864-1933
Admiral of the Fleet
Sitter in 9 portraits

Sir William Jock Whitworth

1884-1973
Admiral
Sitter in 12 portraits

Bentinck John Davies Yelverton

1862-1959
Admiral
Sitter in 3 portraits