Admiral of the Fleet

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Admiral of the Fleet

Horthy de Nagybánya, Admiral of the Fleet Miklós (1868–1957)

Keyes, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Roger (1872–1945)

Somerville, Admiral of the Fleet Sir James (1882–1949)

Pound, Admiral of the Fleet Sir (Alfred) Dudley (1877–1943)

Wemyss, Admiral of the Fleet Rosslyn Erskine (1864 - 1933)

Lewin, Admiral of the Fleet Terence Thornton (1920 - 1999)

Meade, Richard James (1832 - 1907), Admiral of the Fleet, 1895

HAY, Lord John (1827 - 1916), Admiral of the Fleet, 1888

SEYMOUR, Edward Hobart (1840 - 1929), retired; Admiral of the Fleet, 1905–10

HOTHAM, Charles Frederick (1843 - 1925), Admiral of the Fleet, 1903–13

NOEL, Gerard Henry Uctred (1845 - 1918), Admiral of the Fleet, 1908–15; retired 1915

LYONS, Algernon McLennan (1833 - 1908), DL; Admiral of the Fleet, 1897; Admiral on active list of the Navy

ERSKINE, James Elphinstone (1838 - 1911), DL Peebles; Admiral, 1897; Admiral of the Fleet, 1902–08, retired 1908

Boyce, Admiral of the Fleet Michael Cecil (born 1943), Lord Warden and Admiral of the Cinque Ports, and Constable of Dover Castle, since 2004; Bath King of Arms, since 2009

TOGO, Marquis Heihachiro (1847 - 1934), late Chief of the Naval General Staff; Admiral of the Fleet, 1912; a Satsuma Samurai

Hill-Norton, Admiral of the Fleet Peter John (1915 - 2004), Chairman, Military Committee of NATO, 1974–77

COMMERELL, John Edmund (1829 - 1901), JP; Admiral of the Fleet, 1892; retired 13 Jan. 1899; Groom-in-Waiting to HM Queen Victoria from 1891

Mountbatten, Admiral of the Fleet Louis Alexander (1854 - 1921), Personal Aide-de-camp to King George V


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The highest rank of admiral in the Royal Navy.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.

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