Question 1: He joined the Dutch navy as a lieutenant in July 1622, entering service with the Admiralty of the Maze based in ________.
Question 2: During his career, his main rival was Vice-Admiral ________, who also served the Admiralty of Rotterdam (the Maas) from 1637.
Question 3: Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp (April 23, 1598 – August 10, 1653) was an officer and later admiral in the Dutch ________.
Question 4: Tromp's successor was Lieutenant-Admiral ________.
Question 6: Also the second son of Tromp and his first wife, Dignom Cornelisdochter de Haes, ________, became later commander of the Dutch navy, as Lieutenant-Admiral-General, and he commanded earlier the Danish navy.
Question 7: Although formally under the Admiral-General ________, he was in fact supreme commander of the Dutch fleet, as the stadtholders never fought at sea.
Question 8: His first distinction was as Lieutenant-Admiral Piet Hein's flag captain on the Vliegende Groene Draeck during the fight with ________ privateers in 1629 in which Hein was killed.
Question 9: Tromp was mostly occupied in blockading the privateer port of ________.
Question 10: De With temporarily replaced him as supreme commander for the ________.