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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Dudley_PoundDudley Pound - Wikipedia

    Admiral of the Fleet Sir Alfred Dudley Pickman Rogers Pound, GCB, OM, GCVO (29 August 1877 – 21 October 1943) was a British senior officer of the Royal Navy. He served in the First World War as a battleship commander, taking part in the Battle of Jutland with notable success, contributing to the sinking of the German cruiser ...

    • 1891–1943
    • Royal Navy
  2. Sir Alfred Dudley Pickman Rogers Pound GCB OM GCVO (Ventnor, 29 de agosto de 1877 – Londres, 21 de outubro de 1943) foi um oficial da Marinha Real Britânica. [1] Ele serviu durante a Primeira Guerra Mundial como um dos comandantes da Frota aliada durante a batalha da Jutlândia . [ 2 ]

    • Alfred Dudley Pickman Rogers Pound
    • Mãe: Elizabeth Pickman Rogers, Pai: Alfred John Pound
  3. Sir Alfred Dudley Pickman Rogers Pound GCB OM GCVO (Ventnor, 29 de agosto de 1877 – Londres, 21 de outubro de 1943) foi um oficial da Marinha Real Britânica. Ele serviu durante a Primeira Guerra Mundial como um dos comandantes da Frota aliada durante a batalha da Jutlândia.

  4. historyofwar.org › articles › people_pound_dudleySir Dudley Pound, 1877-1943

    Sir Dudley Pound was the First Sea Lord, the professional head of the Royal Navy from early in 1939 until just before his death in October 1943. Alfred Dudley Pickman Rogers Pound was born on the Isle of Wight on 29 August 1877.

  5. Military-Sea. Gender. Male. Contributor: C. Peter Chen. Alfred Dudley Pickman Rogers Pound was born on the Isle of Wight to a lawyer. He joined the Royal Navy in 1891 and commanded the battleship HMS Colossus during the Battle of Jutland in WW1, sinking two German cruisers during that battle.

    • 29 Aug 1877
    • Alfred
    • 21 Oct 1943
    • Pound
  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Convoy_PQ_17Convoy PQ 17 - Wikipedia

    Pound said nothing could be done until better Russian air cover was arranged, after which Kharlamov criticised the order to withdraw the cruisers from Convoy PQ 17. Pound was furious and deeply resented the Russian attitude. Pound angrily admitted that PQ 17 was scattered on his order while Maisky stated that "even British admirals make mistakes".

  7. 4 de jan. de 2024 · Learn how Admiral Dudley Pound, the First Sea Lord, caused the biggest loss to a British convoy of the Second World War by ordering convoy PQ-17 to scatter on 4th of July 1942. Find out why the convoy was sunk by German aircraft and U-Boats, and how it affected the outcome of the war.