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Madden, Charles Edward, Sir

Born: 1862 AD
Died: 1935 AD
Nationality: N/A
Categories: Admiral

1862 – Born on the 5th of September in Brompton England.

1875 – He entered the Britannia as a naval cadet.

1877 – He was promoted as Midshipman a subordinate officer.

1881 – He was promoted as a sub-lieutenant.

1892 – He was appointed as a torpedo lieutenant of the Royal Sovereign, flagship of the channel squadron.

1896 – He was promoted as a commander of a cruiser "Terrible" and the battleship "Caesar".

1904 – He secured his appointment as a member of the epoch-making ships design committee which produced

            the Dreadnought (warships).

1905 – On the 28th of June he married Constance Winifred.

1911 – He became Rear Admiral a naval Commissioned officer.

1912 – He commanded the first division Home Fleet a fleet of the Royal Navy that protects the United Kingdom

            territorial waters.

1915 – He became a Vice-Admiral.

1919 – He was appointed to the command of the newly constituted Atlantic Fleet.

1924 – He was promoted Admiral of the Fleet (Royal Navy).

1935 – He died on the 5th of June in St Marylebone. London.