Admiral Arthur Fanshawe

A British Naval officer and Admiral arthur Fanshawe

Admiral Barrington Reynolds

British naval officer who decimated the Brazilian slave trade Admiral barrington Reynolds

Admiral James Stoddart

A naval officer of the early Victorian period who served during the Opium War and on the Anti-Slavery patrols Admiral james Stoddart

Admiral Lord John Hay

naval oficer and politician Admiral lord john Hay

Admiral of the Fleet Frederick Doveton Sturdee

Admiral during the Great War and a rival of Admiral Fisher Admiral of the fleet frederick doveton Sturdee

Admiral of the Fleet Lord Walter Talbot Kerr

Naval officer of the Victorian era who served during the Crimean War, Indian Mutiny and Anglo-Egyptian War. Admiral of the fleet lord walter talbot Kerr

Admiral of the Fleet Roger John Brownlow Keyes

Admiral during the First and Second World Wars, and an opponent of appeasement Admiral of the fleet roger john brownlow Keyes

Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Michael De Robeck

Admiral during the Great War. He was principally involved with the Gallipoli campaign, and later went on to become an Admiral and Baronet Admiral of the fleet sir john michael de Robeck

Admiral of the Fleet Sir Reginald Yorke Tyrwhitt

British admiral who commanded Harwich Force during the Great War Admiral of the fleet sir reginald yorke Tyrwhitt

Admiral of the Fleet Thomas Symonds

British naval officer who served during the Crimean War Admiral of the fleet thomas Symonds

Admiral Robert Coote

A British naval officer Admiral robert Coote

Admiral Robert Smart

A naval officer who served during the reigns of four monarchs Admiral robert Smart

Admiral Robert Stopford

Admiral Robert Stopford Admiral robert Stopford

Admiral Sackville Hamilton Carden

An officer of the victorian era who commanded the naval forces during the first part of the Gallipoli Campaign Admiral sackville hamilton Carden

Admiral Sir Anthony Hiley Hoskins

A victorian naval officer who was the second in command during the bombardment of Alexandra Admiral sir anthony hiley Hoskins

Admiral Sir Claude Henry Mason Buckle

A British naval officer who commanded ships during the early victorian era as part of the Royal Navy's anti-slavery operations Admiral sir claude henry mason Buckle

Admiral Sir Victor Alexander Charles Crutchley

A British naval officer during both the first and second world wars Admiral sir victor alexander charles Crutchley

Admiral Sir William Jock Whitworth

British naval officer and Admiral during the Second World War Admiral sir william jock Whitworth

Archibald Bisset Smith

A merchant navy captain who was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for engaging a German commerce raider Archibald Bisset Smith

Bakht Khan

commander-in-chief of the Indian rebel forces in the region of Delhi Bakht khan

Captain Horatio Beauman Young

a naval officer of the early Victorian period who took part in the anti-slavery patrols Captain Horatio Beauman Young

Captain Roderick Dew

Captain Roderick Dew Captain Roderick Dew

Captain George Edwin Patey

A naval officer during the early victorian period who was active in the anti-slavery patrols on the west coast of Africa Captain george edwin Patey

Captain Peché Hart Dyke

A naval officer from the early victorian period Captain peché hart Dyke

Captain Robert Harris

A naval officer of the early victorian period Captain robert Harris

Commander Alfred Godsal

British naval officerwho commanded HMS Brilliant in the First Ostend Raid and HMS Vindictive during the Second Ostend Raid Commander alfred Godsal

Commander Francis Romilly

A British naval officer who lead the naval brigade during the First Beor War Commander francis Romilly

Dong Fuxiang

Chinese general and leader of the Boxer rebellion Dong fuxiang

Erskine Childers

British officer and Irish revolutionary Erskine Childers

Fakhri Pasha

Ottoman officer Fakhri pasha

Guan Tianpei

Guan Tianpei Guan tianpei

Ibrahim Pasha

Ibrahim Pasha Ibrahim pasha


Horatio Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener KG, KP, GCB, OM, GCSI, GCMG, GCIE, PC Kitchener

Lal Singh

Lal Singh, Wazir of the Sikh Empire Lal singh

Nie Shicheng

Chinese general and leader of the Chinese forces during the Boxer Rebellion Nie shicheng


Qishan Qishan


Henry Rawlinson, 1st Baron Rawlinson British Officer during the late victorian period, and the Great War Rawlinson

Rowland Bourke

A Canadian naval officer who won a Victoria Cross during the Great War Rowland Bourke

Shi Dakai

Taiping General Shi dakai


Tāmati Wāka Nene Waaka

Xiao Chaogui

commander of the Taiping Army Xiao chaogui

Admiral Arthur Wilson

Admiral of the Fleet Sir Arthur Knyvet Wilson, 3rd Baronet VC, GCB, OM, GCVO admiral arthur Wilson

Admiral Charles Austen

Admiral Charles Austen, the brother of Jame Austen admiral charles Austen

Admiral Frederick Beauchamp Seymour

Admiral of Mediterranean squadron admiral frederick beauchamp Seymour

Admiral George Byron

Admiral George Anson Byron, 7th Baron Byron admiral george Byron

Admiral Harry Rawson

British Admiral admiral harry Rawson

Admiral Richard Vesey Hamilton

A naval officer of the Victorian period who was active in the anti-slavery patrols admiral richard vesey Hamilton

Admiral Robert Spencer Robinson

A naval officer that was active in the anti-slavery patrols during the early Victorian period admiral robert spencer Robinson

Admiral Sir Archibald Berkeley Milne

The royal family's favourite Admiral admiral sir Archibald berkeley Milne

Admiral Sir Albert Hastings Markham

Admiral Sir Albert Hastings Markham admiral sir albert hastings Markham

Admiral Sir Edward Seymour

Admiral of the Fleet Sir Edward Hobart Seymour, GCB, OM, GCVO, PC admiral sir edward Seymour

Admiral Sir James Hope

British Admiral admiral sir james Hope

Alan Boisragon

survivor of the Benin Massacre alan Boisragon

Archibald Mcmurdo

Archibald McMurdo archibald McMurdo

Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel George Dare Dowell

Royal Marine officer who won his Victorian Cross during the Crimean War brevet lieutenant-colonel george dare dowell

Brigadier John Nicholson

officer in the army of the East India Company brigadier john Nicholson

Captain Senhouse

Captain Sir Humphrey Fleming Senhouse captain  Senhouse

Captain Arthur Bremner

Captain Arthur Wellesley Bremner was the Captain of the Training Ship Indefatigable. He fought in the battle of Tel-el- Kebir, and received the Khedive's star and Egyptian medal. captain arthur Bremner

Captain Arthur Fleming Morrell

Naval officer of the early Victorian period who was active in the anti-slavery patrols captain arthur fleming Morrell

Captain Cecil William Buckley

naval officer and Victoria Cross winner captain cecil william Buckley

Captain Edmund Moubray Lyons

naval officer during the Crimean War captain edmund moubray Lyons

Captain Hugh Talbot Burgoyne

naval officer during the Crimean War captain hugh talbot Burgoyne

Captain John Smith

A naval officer during the Napoleonic period. He was an orphan who began his career as a boy sailor having been trained on the Marine Society's training ship Beatty. captain john Smith

Captain Peter Frederick Shortland

A naval officer who performed many surveying missions in the Mediterranean captain peter frederick Shortland

Captain Pringle Stokes

Captain Pringle Stokes captain pringle Stokes

Captain William Peel

A leader of the Naval Brigades during the Crimean War and Indian Mutiny captain william Peel

Charles Elliot

Charles Elliot charles Elliot

Charles Napier

Prominent British naval officer of the early 19th century charles Napier

Charles Sampson

Air Commodore Charles Rumney Samson charles Sampson

Charles William Beresford, 1St Baron Beresford

Admiral and MP who saw himself as Fisher's nemesis charles william Beresford, 1st baron Beresford