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CHARLES VAUGHAN-LEE

Sir Charles Lionel Vaughan-Lee was a British sailor. He was Born in 1867 and died after 1919. He entered the navy in 1880 and was a midshipman on the Minotaur during the Egyptian War of 1882. In 1899 to 1900 he was assistant to the director of naval ordnance, and assistant-director of naval intelligence, 1905. He commanded the Shotley barracks, Portsmouth, from 1913 to 1914, and in December 1914 was appointed to command the Thunderer. In the Great War he was appointed director of air services, in September 1915, and later became superintendent of Portsmouth dockyard. He became a rear-admiral in 1915, and received the KBE in 1919.
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