Naval command, co-operation
and capability during the
Dardanelles campaign

Dr Rhys Crawley
Strategic and Defence Studies ...
Grand Duke Nicholas

Winston Churchill

Lord Kitchener
HMS Cornwallis fired
the opening shots at
9:51am, 19 February
1915
HMS Queen Elizabeth
The
challenge of
shared
command
General Hamilton: ‘If a sailor
on land is a fish out of
water, a soldier at sea is like
a ...
‘it did not appear that the arrival of the British Fleet off Constantinople would
have the desired effect, namely, of a re...
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2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3
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2013 King Hall Day 1 Session 3 - 3

  1. 1. Naval command, co-operation and capability during the Dardanelles campaign Dr Rhys Crawley Strategic and Defence Studies Centre Australian National University S
  2. 2. Grand Duke Nicholas Winston Churchill Lord Kitchener
  3. 3. HMS Cornwallis fired the opening shots at 9:51am, 19 February 1915
  4. 4. HMS Queen Elizabeth
  5. 5. The challenge of shared command General Hamilton: ‘If a sailor on land is a fish out of water, a soldier at sea is like a game cock in a duck pond’. Vice-Admiral de Robeck: ‘This [commenting on the failure at Suvla Bay] is not my business’ but that of the army.
  6. 6. ‘it did not appear that the arrival of the British Fleet off Constantinople would have the desired effect, namely, of a revolution’
  7. 7. S
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