Wei-Hai-Wei

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Wei-hai-Wei in China was a minor Royal Navy base in the Great War. It resides on the tip of a peninsula jutting out toward the Korean Peninsula.

In Command

Naval Executive Officer, Wei-hai-Wei

  1. Acting Commander Albert E. House, 6 December, 1909 – July, 1919.[1]
  2. Commander Ernest Stevenson, 31 March, 1920 – 7 November, 1922.

King's Harbour Master, Wei-hai-Wei

  1. Acting Commander Albert E. House, 6 December, 1909 – July, 1919.[2]
  2. Commander Ernest Stevenson, 31 March, 1920 – 7 November, 1922.

References

  1. Admiralty, British (July 1919). "Other Senior Naval Officers or Officers in Charge at Ports Abroad". The Navy List. London, England.: H.M.S.O. p. 700.
  2. Admiralty, British (July 1919). "Other Senior Naval Officers or Officers in Charge at Ports Abroad". The Navy List. London, England.: H.M.S.O. p. 700.