Naval Signals [manuscript].

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Great Britain. Royal Navy. Naval Signals [manuscript].

Naval Signals [manuscript].

Naval Signals exchanged between the Commander-in-Chief, British Grand Fleet, and the Commander-in-Chief, German High Sea Fleet. The signals arranging details of the surrender of German ships in compliance with the terms of the naval armistice were intercepted by the wireless staff, H.M.A.S. Australia, 12 November - 2 December 1918.

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Richard Howe, Earl Howe, was born in London, England, on March 19, 1726, the son of Emanuel Scrope Howe (1699-1735) and Mary Sophia Charlotte von Kielmansegg (1703-1782). Around 1735, he joined the crew of the merchant ship Thames, and in July 1739 he joined the 40-gun Royal Navy ship Pearl . Howe then served on several ships in the Caribbean and off the South American coast. After being promoted to lieutenant in 1744 and post captain in 1746, he continued his military service in th...