Jellicoe


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Jellicoe

(ˈdʒɛlɪˌkəʊ)
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(Biography) John Rushworth, 1st Earl Jellicoe. 1859–1935, British admiral, who commanded the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland (1916), which incapacitated the German fleet for the rest of World War I
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Practice at longer ranges in 1914 appears to have been opportunistic and, in two out of the three recorded cases, at stationary targets, for which see Jellicoe, Grand Fleet, pp.
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Also gaining rights to sit and vote in the interim Upper House will be four former Tory leaders of the Lords - Lord Carrington, Lord Belstead, Lord Windlesham, Lord Shepherd and Earl Jellicoe.
Sir George Callahan; replaced Callahan as Commander in Chief of the Home Fleet at the outbreak of World War I (August 4, 1914), and undertook to improve the fleet's combat readiness; admiral (March 1915); led the Home Fleet to intercept Scheer's sortie, and defeated him at Jutland (May 31-June 1, 1916); although British losses were greater than the German, Jellicoe had not "lost the war in an afternoon," and the German High Seas Fleet's strategic position was unchanged; first sea lord (November 28, 1916-December 1917); Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa (December 1919); admiral of the fleet (1919); governor-general of New Zealand (1920-1924); created earl (1925); died on November 20, 1935.
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3 AND 4) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE RENEWAL OF REGISTRATION OF A CLUB IN THE MAGISTRATES' COURT FOR NORTHERN IRELAND SOUTH EASTERN ADMINISTRATIVE COURT DIVISION SITTING AT CRAIGAVON TAKE NOTICE that I, ALAN JOHNSON c/o Jellicoe Avenue, Belfast, BT15 3GA as Secretary of BRANTWOOD FOOTBALL CLUB having its premises at Jellicoe Avenue, Belfast, BT15 3GA, intend to apply to the magistrates' court sitting at Laganside Courthouse, 45 Oxford Street, Belfast, BT1 3LL on 22nd March 2018 at 10.30 am for the renewal of registration of the said club.
Admiral John Jellicoe's tactics were criticised by some but, after the battle, the British Navy remained a powerful fighting force whereas the German High Seas fleet was no longer effective.
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After publicity about Dambusters veteran Harold Jellicoe Percival facing an unattended service after his death, aged 99, hundreds of people attended his funeral in Lancashire on Armistice Day.