Royal Navy: Quiz

Question 1: [24] In the early stages of this ________ (1652–1654), the superiority of the large, heavily armed English ships was offset by superior Dutch tactical organisation and the fighting was inconclusive.
First Anglo-Dutch WarSecond Anglo-Dutch WarRobert Blake (admiral)Anglo-Dutch Wars

Question 2:
What is the motto of Royal Navy?
Tuitio Fidei et Obsequium Pauperum
A Mark of Excellence
Know God. . . be strong, and do great exploits! Daniel 11:32
Si vis pacem, para bellum

Question 3:
Where does Royal Navy come from?

Question 4:
Who was a commander in the Royal Navy?
Adm. Sir Mark Stanhope
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Gen Craig R. McKinley

Question 5:
What was the size of the Royal Navy?
115 cards, 140 including different artwork
1,800,000 reserve
120,000+ in Ready Reserve Status, 50,000+ in Standby Reserve Status
38,510 reserve personeln115 ships including RFA

Question 6: The academy where initial training for future Royal Navy officers takes place is Britannia Royal Naval College, located on a hill overlooking ________.
KingswearTeignmouthBrixhamDartmouth, Devon

Question 7:
When was the Royal Navy active?
April 1915 - 1919
16th century - present

Question 8:
  • ________: Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, based in MOD Main Building
    First Sea LordRoger BackhouseFrederick Field (Royal Navy officer)John Fisher, 1st Baron Fisher

Question 9: The Navy frustrated these efforts and, following the abandonment of the invasion plan, the combined Franco-Spanish fleet which had been gathered was smashed by Nelson in the ________ (1805).
Battle of TrafalgarHoratio Nelson, 1st Viscount NelsonWar of the Third CoalitionTrafalgar Campaign

Question 10: Navies of ________ countries where the British monarch is also head of state also include their national name e.g.
Commonwealth of NationsUnited KingdomCommonwealth GamesTimeline of Commonwealth of Nations history

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