Please note that this applies to the
Straits Trilogy as a whole
Abbas II, Hilmi [1874-1944]. Khedive of Egypt, 1892-1914. Educated at Vienna.
Abdul Hamid II, [1842-1918]. Sultan of Turkey, 1876-1909.
Ackermann, Kapitän zur See Richard, Captain, SMS Goeben, 1914.
A’Court-Repington, Lt-Col. Charles [1858-1925]. British Military Attaché at
Brussels and the Hague [1899-1902; Military Correspondent of the Times, 1904-18.
Aehrenthal Alois, Baron Lexa Von (Count from 1909) [1854-1912]. Austro-Hungarian
Ambassador at St. Petersburgh [1899-1906; Minister for Foreign Affairs,
H.R.H. Prince Alexander, Crown Prince of Servia since 1909.
Amet, Contre-Amiral (later Vice-Amiral) Jean François Charles [1861-1940].
Commanded Allied Squadron in the Aegean, 1918.
Arif Pasha, Turkish Governor of Adrianople, 1907; Minister of Marine, 1909.
Asquith, Herbert Henry [1852-1928]. Liberal MP, 1886-1918, 1920-4. Home
Secretary, 1892-5; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1905-8; Prime Minister, 1908-16;
Secretary of State for War, 30 March-5 August, 1914.
Augagneur, Victor [1855-1931]. French Minister of Marine, 1914-8.
Babington-Smith, Sir Henry [1863-1923]. Director of the National Bank of Turkey,
Balfour, Sir Arthur James (later the Earl of Balfour) [1848-1930]. Conservative
MP, 1874-85, 1885-1906, 1906-22. First Lord of the Treasury, 1891-2, 1895-1902;
Prime Minister, 1902-5; First Lord of the Admiralty, 1915-6; Foreign Secretary,
Ballard, Rear-Admiral George Alexander [1862-1948]. Assistant Director of the
Intelligence Department; Director of the Operations Division, Admiralty; Admiral
of Patrols, East Coast, 1914-16; Senior Naval Officer, Malta, 1916-18.
Barclay, Mr. C. A. De R.2nd Secretary at British Embassy at Paris, 1900-4; at
Rio de Janeiro, 1904-6; 1st Secretary at British Legation at Bucharest, 1907-8
(sometimes Chargé d’Affaires); at Sofia, 1908.
Barclay, Mr. (since 1908, Sir) G. H. [1862-1921]. 2nd Secretary at British
Embassy, Constantinople, 1898-1902; Secretary of Legation (later Councillor) at
Tokyo, 1902-6; Councillor of Embassy at Constantinople, 1906-8 (sometimes Chargé
d’Affaires); Minister at Tehran, 1908-1912; at Bucharest, 1912-18.
Barrère, M. Camille, French Ambassador at Rome, 1897-1924.
Barrington, Sir Eric, Private Secretary to the Marquess of Lansdowne, 1900-5;
Assistant Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1906-7.
Battenberg, Prince Louis Alexander of (later Admiral of the Fleet, Marquess of
Milfordhaven) [1854-1921]. Director of Naval Intelligence, 1903-5; commanded 2nd
Cruiser Squadron, 1905-7; second in command, Mediterraneanm 1908; C-in-C,
Atlantic Fleet, 1910; Second Sea Lord, 1911; First Sea Lord, 1912-4.,
Bayly, Vice-Admiral Sir Lewis [1857-1938]. Commander of the 3rd Battle Squadron,
1913-4; 1st Battle Squadron, 1914-15.
Bax-Ironside, Sir Henry George Outram [1859-1929]. British Minister at Berne,
1909-11; at Sofia, 1911-15.
Beatty, Admiral David [1871-1936]. Naval Secretary to the First Lord, 1912; in
command of the 1st Battle Cruiser Squadron from 1914; C-in-C, Grand Fleet,
1916-19; First Sea Lord, 1919-27.,
Beaumont, Sir Henry [1867-1949]. Counsellor at Athens, 1910-4; Counsellor at
Constantinople, 1914 (Chargé d’Affaires July-August 1914).
Benckendorff, Count Alexander [1849-1917]. Russian Ambassador at London,
Berchtold, Leopold, Count Von [1863-1942]. Austro-Hungarian Ambassador at St.
Petersburgh, 1906-11; Minister for Foreign Affairs, 1912-15.
Beresford, Admiral Sir Charles William de la Poer [1846-1919]. Conservative MP,
1874-80, 1885-9, 1897-1900, 1902, 1910-6. Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean,
1905-7; Channel, 1907-9.,
Bertie, Sir Francis Leveson (since 1915, 1st Baron; 1918, 1st Viscount)
[1844-1919]. British Ambassador at Rome, 1903-4; at Paris, 1905-18.,
Bethmann-Hollweg, Herr Theobald von [1856-1921]. Prussian Minister of the
Interior, 1905-7; German Minister for the Interior, 1907-9; German Imperial
Bienaimé, Amiral Amadée, Conducted the French parliamentary inquiry into the
Black, Sir Frederick William [1863-1930]. Director of Naval Contracts, 1905-15;
managing director, Anglo-Persian Oil Company, 1919-23.
Block, Sir Adam Samuel James [1865-1941]. Chief Dragoman to the British Embassy
at Constantinople [1894-1903; Representative of the British and Dutch
Bondholders on the Council of the Ottoman Public Debt, 1903; President of the
British Chamber of Commerce from 1907 to 1914.
Bompard, M. Maurice [1854-1935]. French Ambassador at St Petersburg, 1902-8; at
Bridgeman, Admiral Sir Francis Charles [1848-1929]. Commander-in-Chief, Home
Fleet, 1907-9; First Sea Lord, 1911-2. Removed to make way for Battenberg.
Brodrick, William St. John Fremantle (9th Viscount Midleton & 1st Earl of
Midleton) [1856-1942]. Conservative MP [1880-1906; Secretary of State for War,
Brown, Captain (later Vice-Admiral) Francis Clifton [1874-1963]. Head of the
Naval Mission to Greece, 1917-19.
Buchanan, Sir George William [1854-1924]. British Agent and Consul-General in
Bulgaria, 1903-9; Ambassador at St Petersburg, 1910-18; at Rome, 1919-21.
Bülow, Herr Alfred Von, German Minister at Berne, 1898-1912.
Bülow, Bernard Count Von (since 1905, Prince) [1849-1929]. German Imperial
Buxton, Noel Edward [1869-1948]. Liberal MP, 1905-6, 1910-18. Labour MP,
1922-30. Co-founded the Balkan Committee, 1903.,
Calice, Heinrich Baron Von, Austro-Hungarian Ambassador at Constantinople,
Callaghan, Sir George Astley, Admiral [1852-1920]. Admiral commanding the First
and Second Fleets, 1911-14; Commander-in-Chief, the Nore, 1915-18.,
Callwell, Major-General Charles Edward [1859-1928]. Intelligence Branch, War
Office [1887-92. Retired from the Army in 1909 and recalled to the active list
in 1914. Director of Military Operations and Intelligence, 1914-6.
Cambon, M. Jules, French Ambassador at Madrid, 1902-7; at Berlin, 1907-14.
Cambon, M. Paul [1843-1924]. French Ambassador at London [1898-1920.
Campbell-Bannerman, Sir Henry [1836-1908]. Liberal MP [1868-1908; Prime
Minister, 5 December 1905-4 April 1908.
Carden, Vice-Admiral Sackville Hamilton [1857-1930]. Admiral Superintendent,
Malta, 1912-4; Commander of the Anglo-French Squadrons in the Eastern
Mediterranean 20 September 1914-16 March 1915.
Carnegie, Mr. L. D.Councillor of British Embassy at Vienna, 1907-8 (sometimes
Cartwright, Sir Fairfax L. [1857-1928]. Councillor of British Embassy at Madrid,
1905-6; Minister Resident at Munich and Stuttgart, 1906-8; Ambassador at Vienna,
Cassel, Sir Ernest [1852-1921]. British Financier.
Chamberlain, Right Hon. Joseph [1836-1914]. Secretary of State for the Colonies,
Chamberlain, Joseph Austen [1863-1937]. Conservative MP, 1892-1937. Chancellor
of the Exchequer, 1903-5.
H.M. King Charles I, King of Roumania, 1881-1914.
Chirol, Mr. (later Sir) Valentine [1852-1929]. Director of the Foreign
Department of the Times, 1899-1912.
Church, Captain W. D.Captain, HMS Weymouth, 1914.
Churchill, Sir Winston [1874-1965]. President of the Board of Trade, 1908-10;
Home Secretary, 1910-11; First Lord of the Admiralty, 1911-5.
Clemenceau, M. Georges [1841-1929]. French Minister of the Interior, 1906;
Premier and Minister of the Interior, 1906-9; Premier and Minister of War,
Clerk, Sir George R. [1874-1951]. First Secretary at Constantinople, 1910-2;
Senior Clerk at the Foreign Office (Eastern Department), 1913-4.
Condouriotis, Admiral Paul, Commander-in-Chief, Greek navy, 1914.
Constans, M. Jean E. [1833-1913]. French Ambassador at Constantinople 1899-1909.
Constantine [1868-1923]. King of Greece, 1913-17 and 1920-2.
Coode, Captain Charles Penrose Rushton [1870-1939]. Commanded 5th destroyer
Corbett, Sir Julian [1854-1922]. Naval historian.
Cradock, Rear-Admiral Sir Christopher [1862-1914]. Rear-Admiral Commanding North
America & West Indies Station, 1913-14. Killed at Coronel.
Crawford, Sir Richard Frederick [1863-1919]. Customs Adviser to the Ottoman
Government, 1904-11; Adviser to the Ottoman Ministry of Finance, 1911-14.
Crease, Commander Thomas Evars [1875-1942]. Naval Assistant to the First Sea
Crewe, Marquess [1858-1945]. Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1908-10;
Secretary of State for India, 1910-15.
Cromer, 1st Earl of (Evelyn Baring) [1841-1917]. British Consul-General and
Agent in Egypt [1883 [1885-1907.
Crowe, Mr. (later Sir) Eyre [1864-1925]. Entered Foreign Office [1885. Senior
Clerk, British Foreign Office, 1906-12; Assistant Under-Secretary for Foreign
Affairs, 1912-20; Permanent Under-Secretary, 1920-5.,
Crozier, M.French Ambassador at Vienna, 1907-12.
Culme-Seymour, Rear-Admiral (later Vice-Admiral Sir) Michael [1867-1925].
Director of Mobilization, Admiralty, 1916-18; commanded British Aegean Squadron,
Cunliffe-Owen, Major Frederick [1868-1946]. Attached to the Greek Army during
the Balkan Wars, 1912-3; Military Attaché to Turkey, 1913-4. Lieutenant-Colonel,
Curzon of Kedleston, George Nathaniel, 1st Baron [1859-1925]. Parliamentary
Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs [1895-8; Viceroy and
Governor-General of India, 1899-1905.
Darrieus, Contre-Amiral (later Vice-Amiral) Pierre Joseph Gabriel Georges
[1859-1931]. Commanded Division des écoles de la Méditerranée, 1913; commanded
3e escadre (Syrian Coast), 1914-15; commanded 2e escadre, 1916-18.
Dartige du Fournet, Vice-Amiral Louis René [1856-1940]. Senior Admiral of
International Squadron at Constantinople, 1912-13; Préfet Maritime, Bizerta,
De Bunsen, Sir Maurice William Ernest [1852-1932]. First Secretary and Chargé
d’Affaires at Constantinople [1897-1902; at Paris, 1902-5; Minister at Lisbon,
1905-6; Ambassador at Madrid, 1906-13; at Vienna, 1913-14.
Delcassé, M. Théophile [1852-1923]. French Minister of Foreign Affairs 1898-1905
Demidov, Alim Pavlovich, Prince of San Donato, Russian Minister to Athens,
De Salis, Midshipman (later Captain) A. F.Midshipman, HMS Defence, 1914.
Deterding, Henri Wilhelm August [1866-1939]. Director-General of Royal Dutch
Deville, Gabriel Pierre [1854-1940]. French Minister to Athens, 1909-15.
Dewar, Commander (later Vice-Admiral) Kenneth [1879-1964]. Commander, HMS Prince
of Wales, Home Fleet, 1914.
Dickens, Commander (later Admiral Sir) Gerald Charles [1879-1962]. Commanded HMS
Harpy, 5th destroyer flotilla, 1914.
Dillon, Dr. Emile Joseph [1854-1933]. Philologist, author and journalist. Daily
Telegraph correspondent [1887-1914.
Djavid Pasha [1875-1926]. Turkish Deputy for Salonica, member of the CUP inner
circle. Minister of Finance, 1909-11, 1912, and from January 1913.
Djemal Pasha, Ahmed [1872-1922]. Member of the CUP Central Committee. Vali of
Adana, 1909; of Baghdad, 1911; Military Governor of Constantinople, 1913;
Minister of Public Works, 1914; Minister of Marine, 1914; commanded the 4th Army
in Syria, 1914-7; Minister of Marine, 1917-8; assassinated.
Djevad Bey, Turkish Councillor of Embassy at London, 1908-14.
Domvile, Commander Barry, Assistant Secretary, Committee of Imperial Defence,
Dönitz, Karl, Junior officer, SMS Breslau, 1914.
Douglas, General Sir Charles Wittingham Horsley [1850-1914]. Chief of the
Imperial General Staff, 4 August-25 October, 1914.
Dumas, Captain (later Admiral) Philip Wylie [1868-1948]. Naval Attaché, Germany,
Denmark and Holland, 1906-8; Secretary, Royal Commission on Oil Fuel, 1912-13;
commanded HMS Roxburgh, 1913-14; Assistant Director of Torpedoes, Admiralty,
1914-17; commanded HMS Agamemnon, 1917-18.
Durham, Miss M. E. [1863-1944]. Balkan Correspondent of the Manchester Guardian,
Edhem Pasha, Marshal, Turkish Minister of War, 1909.
Eldridge, Mr. E. F. A. J.British Acting Vice-Consul at Smyrna 1894-7; 1901-6;
Acting Consul-General, 1903-14.
Elliot, Sir Francis Edmund Hugh [1851-1940]. British Agent and Consul-General in
Bulgaria 1895-1903; Minister at Athens, 1903-17.
Emin Pasha, Turkish Minister of Marine, 1909.
Enver Pasha [1882-1922]. Turkish Military Attaché at Berlin, 1909, 1912, 1913;
served in the Italo-Turkish War, 1912; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1913; Major-General
and Minister of War from 1914; commanded the Turkish Army in the Caucasus,
Errington, Viscount (since 1917, 2nd Earl of Cromer), Private Secretary to Sir
Charles Hardinge, 1907-10.
Erskine, Rt Hon. Sir William [1871-1952]. Second son of the 11th Earl of Mar and
Kellie. First Secretary, British Legation, Athens, 1913-17.
Esher, 2nd Viscount (Reginald Baliol Brett) [1852-1930]. Liberal MP 1880-5. A
permanent member of the Committee of Imperial Defence, 1905-18.
Essad Pasha, Commander of the Turkish IIIrd Army Corps, 1907-8. Leader of a
provisional Albanian Government from October 1914.
Ewart, Lt-Gen. Sir John Spencer [1861-1930]. Director of Military Operations,
Eyres, Mr. (later Sir) H. C. A.British Consul-General at Constantinople,
Fakhri Pasha, Ferik, Turkish Vali of Monastir, 1908.
Fallières, M. Armand [1841-1931]. President of the French Republic, 1906-13.
Fehim Pasha, Head of the Secret Police in Constantinople.
HRH Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria 1887-1909; HM the King of Bulgaria, 1909-18
Ferid Pasha, Turkish Grand Vizier, 1903-8; Minister of the Interior, 1908-9.
Fisher, Admiral Sir John Arbuthnot (later Admiral of the Fleet, Lord Fisher of
Kilverstone) [1841-1920]. Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean Squadron,
1900-2; Second Sea Lord, 1902; C-in-C, Portsmouth, 1903; First Sea Lord, 1904-10
and October 1914-May 1915. Head of the Royal Commission on Fuel and Engines,
1912-4. Created Baron, 1909.
Fitzmaurice, Lord Edmond George (since 1906, 1st Baron Fitzmaurice of Leigh)
[1846-1935]. Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 1883-5,
Fitzmaurice, Gerald Henry [1865-1939]. Student Interpreter 1888; acting
Vice-Consul at Van, 1891-2; at Erzeroum, 1892-3; at Trebizond, 1893; acting
Third Dragoman at British Embassy, Constantinople, 1894-5; Vice-Consul at
Smyrna, 1895-6; at Adana, 1896; Third Dragoman, 1897; Consul at Salonica,
1900-1; at the Dardanelles, 1902; Consul at Constantinople, 1905; 2nd Dragoman
at Embassy at Constantinople, 1906-7; Chief Dragoman, 1907-12.
Franchet d’Esperey, General (later Marshal) Louis Félix [1856-1942]. Fifth Army,
1914; commanded Army Group of the East, 1916; Army Group of the North, 1917;
Army Group of the Centre, 1918; Allied C-in-C, Salonica, June-November 1918.
H.I.M. Franz Jospeh I [1830-1916]. Emperor of Austria from 1848 and King of
Hungary from 1867.
Rear-Admiral (later Admiral Sir) Sydney [1867-1958]. Prosecutor, Troubridge
court-martial; commanded British Aegean Squadron, 1917-18; Deputy Chief of the
Naval Staff, 1918-19.
French, Field-Marshal Sir John Denton Pinkstone [1852-1925]. Chief of the
Imperial General Staff, 1912-4; Commander-in-Chief of the British Expeditionary
Gamble, Rear-Admiral (later Admiral) Douglas Austin [1856-1934]. Naval Adviser
to Turkish Government, 1909-10; commander, 6th Cruiser Squadron, 1910-4; 4th
Battle Squadron, 1914-5; Admiralty War Staff, 1915-17.
Gauchet, Vice-Amiral Dominique Marie [1857-1931]. Directeur, Service des Travaux,
1914; commanded French Squadron at the Dardanelles, 1915-16; nominal Allied
C-in-C, Mediterranean, 1916-19.
Gauthier, Dr Armand Elzéar, French Minister of Marine, 1914.
Gennadius, John [1844-1932]. Greek Minister to London, 1910-8.
George, David Lloyd [1863-1945]. Liberal MP [1890-1931. Chancellor of the
Exchequer, 1908-15; Minister of Munitions, 1915-16; Prime Minister & First Lord
of the Treasury, 1916-22.
Ghazi Ahmed Mukhtar, Pasha [1839-1918]. President of the Turkish Senate, 1911;
Grand Vizier, July-October 1912.
Giers, M. Michael Nikolaevich de [1856-1924]. Russian Minister at Bucharest,
1902-12; Ambassador at Constantinople, 1912-4; at Rome, 1915-7.
Girouard, Edouard Percy Cranwill [1867-1932]. Director of Armstrong, Whitworth &
Co.1912; Director-General of Munitions Supply, 1915-7.
Goltz, General Colmar von der [1843-1916]. German general on loan to reorganize
the Ottoman Army, 1883-95, 1908-11; Commander, 1st Turkish Army, Mesopotamia,
April 1915-April 1916.
Goschen, Sir William Edward [1847-1924]. British Ambassador at Vienna, 1905-8;
at Berlin, 1908-14.
Gough-Calthorpe, Vice-Admiral (later Admiral of the Fleet) Sir Arthur
[1864-1937]. Commanded 2nd Cruiser Squadron, 1914-16; Second Sea Lord, 1916;
C-in-C, Mediterranean, 1917-19.
Graves, Mr (later Sir) Robert W. [1858-1934]. British Consul-General at
Salonica, 1903-8; Delegate on the International Financial Commission in
Macedonia, 1907; Adviser to the Ottoman Ministry of Finance, 1909-14;
Inspector-General and Adviser to the Ottoman Ministry of the Interior, 1914.
Greene, Sir William Graham [1857-1950]. Principal Clerk, Admiralty, 1902-7;
Assistant Secretary, 1907-11; Permanent Secretary, 1911-7.
Grey, Sir Edward (since 1916, Viscount) [1862-1933]. Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs, 11 December 1905 — 11 December 1916.
Grierson, Major-Gen. Sir James Moncrieff [1859-1914]. Director of Military
Gryparis, M.Greek Minister at Constantinople, 1903-10.
Guépratte, Contre-Amiral (later Vice-Amiral) Emile Paul Aimable [1856-1939].
Commanded division de complément, August 1914; Escadre des Dardanelles,
September 1914-May 1915.
Guéshov, M. Ivan E. Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Bulgaria.
Guéshov, M. Ivan S. Bulgarian Diplomatic Agent and Minister at Constantinople,
Gwinner, Herr Arthur von, Director of the Deutsche Bank.
Hakki, Pasha [1863-1918]. Turkish Minister of the Interior and of Public
Instruction, 1908-9; Ambassador to Rome, 1909-10; Grand Vizier, January
1910-September 1911; conducted negotiations with the British Government
regarding Mesopotamia and the Persian Gulf, 1913-14.
Haldane, Richard Burdon (since 1911, 1st Viscount) [1856-1928]. Liberal MP
[1885-1911. Secretary of State for War, 1905-12; Lord Chancellor, 1912-5.
Halil, Pasha, Chairman of the Turkish Chamber of Deputies.
Halim, Pasha, Mehmed Saïd [1863-1921]. President of the Council of State, 1912;
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Grand Vizier, 1913-17.
Hall, Rear-Admiral (later Admiral Sir) William Reginald [1870-1943]. Director of
the Intelligence Division at the Admiralty, 1914-8.
Hamilton, Vice-Admiral Sir Frederick Tower [1856-1917]. Second Sea Lord, 1914-6.
Hanbury-Williams, General Sir John [1859-1946]. Chief of the British Military
Mission, Russian Army in the Field, 1914-7.
Hankey, Maurice Pascal Alers (later 1st Baron Hankey) [1877-1963]. Entered Royal
Marine Artillery, 1895; Captain, 1899. Naval Intelligence Department, 1902-7;
Assistant Secretary of the Committee of Imperial Defence, 1908-12; Secretary,
C.I.D.1912-38; of the War Council, November 1914-May 1915; of the Dardanelles
Committee, May-November 1915; of the Cabinet War Committee, December
1915-December 1916; of the War Cabinet, 1916-8. Lieutenant-Colonel, Royal
Hardinge, Sir Charles (since 1910, 1st Baron Hardinge of Penshurst) [1858-1944].
Assistant Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1903-4; Ambassador at
St. Petersburg, 1904-6; Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs,
1906-10; Viceroy and Governor-General of India, 1910-6; Ambassador at Paris,
Hayes-Sadler, Rear-Admiral (later Vice-Admiral) Arthur [1863-1952]. Commanded
HMS Ocean, 1914-15; Rear-Admiral, Salonica and Piraeus, 1916-17; commanded
British Aegean Squadron, 1918. Relieved by the Admiralty after the Goeben sortie
of January 1918.
Hicks-Beach, Sir M.Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1895-1902.
Holbrook, Lieutanent Norman, VC. Commanded submarine at Dardanelles, 1914.
Hopwood, Sir Francis John Stephens [1860-1947]. Additional Civil Lord,
Huguet, Major (later Colonel), French Military Attaché at London, 1906-11.
Humann, Korvettenkapitän Hans, Son of a noted archaeologist. Commander of the
German Naval base (Etappenkommando), Constantinople, 1914. Formerly commander of
Loreley, the German stationnaire at the Porte.
Husni, Pasha, Turkish Ambassador at St Petersburg, 1889-1908.
Hussein Hilmi, Pasha [1855-1923]. Turkish Inspector General of Macedonia,
1902-8; Minister of the Interior, 1908-9; Grand Vizier, 1909; Ambassador at
Hussein Husni Pasha, Turkish Commander of the Investing Army, 1909.
Ibrahim Pasha, Commander in Chief of Turkish IIIrd Army Corps, 1908-9.
Ibrahim Fethi Pasha, Turkish Minister at Belgrade, 1897-1908.
Ibrahim Hakki Pasha, Legal Adviser to the Sublime Porte, 1906; Minister of the
Interior and Public Instruction, 1909; Minister for Foreign Affairs, 1909-11.
Isvolsky, M. Alexander [1856-1919]. Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs,
1906-10; Ambassador at Paris, 1910-7.
Jackson, Admiral Sir Henry Brawardine [1855-1929]. Commanded RN War College,
1911-13; Chief of Admiralty War Staff, 1913; was destined to replace Milne as
C-in-C, Medt.1914, but appointment rescinded; First Sea Lord, May 1915-Decemebr
1916; President, RN College, Greenwich, 1916-19.
Jackson, Rear-Admiral (later Admiral Sir) Thomas [1868-1945]. Director of the
Intelligence Division, War Staff, 1912-13; Director of the Operations Division,
January 1915-June 1917; C-in-C, Egypt and Red Sea, July 1917-January 1919.
Jagow, Gottlieb von [1863-1935]. German Foreign Secretary, 1913-6.
Jellicoe, Admiral (later Admiral of the Fleet) Sir John Rushworth [1859-1935].
Second Sea Lord, 1912-14; Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Fleet, 1914-6; First
Sea Lord, 1916-7. Created Viscount, 1918; 1st Earl, 1925.
Jevad Bey, Turkish Councillor of Embassy at London, 1908-14.
Joffre, General Joseph Jacques Césaire [1852-1931]. Chief of French General
Staff, 1911; C-in-C, French Armies in north and north-east, 1914; C-in-C of
French Armies in the west, 1915-16.
Kelly, Captain (later Admiral Sir) William A. Howard [1873-1952]. Commanded HMS
Gloucester, 1914-16; liaison officer at French Ministry of Marine, 1916-17.
Kelly, Captain John D. [1871-1936]. Commanded HMS Dublin, 1914.
Kennedy, Captain Francis, Commanded HMS Indomitable, 1914.
Kerr, Philip Henry (later 11th Marquess of Lothian) [1882-1940]. Secretary to
Lloyd George, 1916-21.
Kerr, Rear-Admiral (later Admiral) Mark Edward Frederic [1864-1944]. Naval
Attaché, Italy, Austria, Turkey and Greece, 1903-4. Head of the British Naval
Mission to Greece and Commander-in-Chief of the Greek Navy, 1913-5; first flag
officer to qualify as a pilot, 1914; Commander-in-Chief of the British Squadron
in the Adriatic, 1916-7; Major-General, Royal Air Force, 1918; Deputy Chief of
the Air Staff, 1918.
Kettner, Commander, Commanded SMS Breslau, 1914.
Kiamil Pasha [1832-1913]. Turkish Grand Vizier, 1885-91, 1895; Vali of Smyrna,
1895-1906; Grand Vizier, August 1908-February 1909, October 1912-January 1913.
Kiderlen-Waechter, Herr von. German Minister at Bucharest, 1899-1910; Attached
to German Foreign Office, 1908-9; Minister for Foreign Affairs, 1910-2.
Kitchener, General Sir Herbert (later Earl Kitchener) [1850-1916]. Sirdar of the
Egyptian Army [1892-9; Commander-in-Chief, India, 1902-9; Agent and
Consul-General at Cairo, 1911-4; Secretary of State for War, 1914-6.,
Kühlmann, Herr Richard von [1873-1949]. Councillor of German Embassy at London,
1908-14; on missions to Turkey and Scandinavia, 1915-7; Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs, 1917-8.
Lamb, Mr (since 1919, Sir) Harry Harling [1857-1948]. Chief Dragoman to the
British Embassy at Constantinople, 1903-7; Consul-General at Salonica, 1907-13;
at the Foreign Office, 1914-8.
Lambert, Captain (later Admiral Sir) Cecil Foley [1864-1928]. 4th Sea Lord,
1913-6; commanded 2nd Light Cruiser Squadron 1916-18; commanded British Aegean
Lamsdorff, Count, Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, 1901-6.
Lansdowne, The 5th Marquess of, [1845-1927]. Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs, 12 November 1900 – 11 December 1905.
Lapeyrère, Vice-Admiral Auguste Emmanuel Hubert Gaston Marie Boué de
[1852-1924]. French Minister of Marine, 1909-11; C-in-C, Première Armée Navale,
1911-15; Vice-Admiral Commanding the Allied Naval forces, Mediterranean, 1914-5.
Larken, Captain (later Admiral Sir) Frank [1875-1953]. Commanded HMS Doris in
Eastern Mediterranean, 1914-16.
Lascelles, Sir Frank Cavendish [1841-1920]. British Ambassador at Berlin,
Law, Andrew Bonar [1858-1923]. Conservative MP, 1900-10, 1911-23. Leader of the
Opposition from 1911.
Le Bris, Vice-Amiral Pierre Ange Marie [1856-1940]. Directeur du service des
travaux, 1912; conducted secret talks with Battenberg, 1913; commanded 2e
Leveson, Rear-Admiral Arthur Cavenagh [1868-1929]. Director of the Operations
Division, Admiralty, 1914-15.
Liman von Sanders, General (later Field Marshal) Otto [1855-1929]. Head of the
German Military Mission to Turkey, 1913-4; Inspector-General of Turkish Army,
1914; commanded Turkish 5th Army at Gallipoli, 1915-6.
Limpus, Rear-Admiral (later Admiral) Sir Arthur [1862-1931]. British Naval
Adviser to the Turkish Government, 1912-4; Admiral-Superintendent, Malta,
Lloyd, George Ambrose (later 1st Baron) [1879-1941]. Honorary Attaché,
Long, Walter (later 1st Viscount Long) [1854-1924]. Conservative MP, 1880-1921.
Lowther, Sir G. A. [1858-1916]. British Minister at Tangier, 1905-8; Ambassador
at Constantinople, 1908-13.
Lynch, H. F. B. [1862-1913]. Partner in the Euphrates Steam Navigation Company.
Lyttelton, Hon. Sir Neville, General, Chief of the General Staff, War Office,
McKenna, Reginald [1863-1943]. Liberal MP, 1895-1918. First Lord of the
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Ships of the Victorian & Edwardian Navy :
I have been drawing the ships of the
Victorian and Edwardian Navy for twenty
years for my personal pleasure and I am
including some of these drawings on this
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information please click on the drawing
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