Department of the Deputy Controller Dockyards and Shipbuilding

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Department of the Deputy Controller Dockyards and Shipbuilding
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Agency overview
Formed1917
Dissolved1921
JurisdictionGovernment of the United Kingdom
Agency executive
Parent agencyDepartment of Admiralty

The Department of the Deputy Controller Dockyards and Shipbuilding was a subsidiary of the Department of Admiralty established in 1917. It was controlled by the Deputy Controller Dockyards and Shipbuilding. In 1920 it was abolished.

Head of Department

Deputy Controller for Auxiliary Shipbuilding

  1. Sir Thomas Bell, May, 1917 - December, 1918.[1]

References

  1. Johnston, Ian (2011). Clydebank Battlecruisers: Forgotten Photographs from John Brown's Shipyard. Barnsley, England.: Seaforth Publishing. p. 129. ISBN 978-1-84832-113-7.