Commander-in-Chief, Portugal

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Office of the
Commander-in-Chief, Portugal
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Department of Admiralty
Reports toFirst Naval Lord
NominatorFirst Lord of the Admiralty
Term lengthnot fixed
usually 1-4 years
PrecursorCommander-in-Chief, Lisbon
Formation1810
First holderAdmiral of the Blue: Sir George Cranfield Berkeley
Final holderVice-Admiral of the White: Sir George Martin
Abolished1812
SuccessionCommander-in-Chief on the Lisbon Station

The Commander-in-Chief, Portugal was a senior British Royal Navy appointment created in 1810. The office holder was responsible for the naval command of Portugal Station until 1812.

Office Holders

Included:[1]

References

  1. Harrison, Simon (2010–2018). "Commander-in-Chief at Portugal". threedecks.org. S, Harrison. Retrieved 1 October 2018.
  2. De Toy, Brian. "Admiral George Berkeley and Peninsular Victory, 1809-1812" (PDF). westpoint.edu. West Point Naval Academy. Retrieved 11 March 2017.
  3. Harrison, Simon (2018). "Sir George Cranfield Berkeley (1753-1818) Appointments". threedecks.org. S. Harrison. Retrieved 30 June 2019.
  4. Ballantyne, Ian (15 July 2008). HMS Rodney: Slayer of the Bismarck and D-Day Saviour. Casemate Publishers. pp. 2–13. ISBN 9781783035069.
  5. Harrison, Simon (2018). "Sir George Martin (1765-1847) Appointments". threedecks.org. S. Harrison. Retrieved 30 June 2019.