By Karl Heinz Marquardt
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Later, Forbes would replace Backhouse as Flag Commander on the staff of the Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Fleet, Sir John Jellicoe. Forbes served on Jellicoe’s flagship Iron Duke at the Battle of Jutland, and earned the Distinguished Service Order. 4 This probably proved a serious handicap in an era that gave us Halsey, Montgomery, and Patton. 19 20 The Royal Navy’s Home Fleet in WWII Charles Forbes became friends with Roger Backhouse and followed him up the ladder of command rung by rung. On five separate occasions in his career, Forbes replaced Backhouse or held the same appointment.
19 20 The Royal Navy’s Home Fleet in WWII Charles Forbes became friends with Roger Backhouse and followed him up the ladder of command rung by rung. On five separate occasions in his career, Forbes replaced Backhouse or held the same appointment. First, Forbes replaced Backhouse as Flag Commander (responsible for plotting the moves of both friendly and enemy ships) on Jellicoe’s staff. Next, he would follow Backhouse as Director of Naval Ordnance one year after Backhouse left the job. In 1932, Forbes again was sitting in a seat vacated by Backhouse, this time as Third Sea Lord and Controller.
3 Cat and Mouse: German Initiatives, British Reactions, October 1939–March 1940 On 26 September, 1939, the Officer Commanding U-boats, Captain Karl Doenitz, received a set of excellent reconnaissance photographs taken over Scapa Flow by a plane from Luftflotten 2. These pictures confirmed a guess Doenitz had already made – Scapa Flow was vulnerable to an incursion by one of his submarines. After careful scrutiny, Doenitz passed the photos on to Lt. Commander Gunther Prien, captain of the U-47. He told him to consider the problem of penetrating the anchorage and report back after at least 48 hours; he wanted Prien to avoid a too eager acceptance of a mission he had not properly thought through.
Anatomy of the Ship - Captain Cook's Endeavour by Karl Heinz Marquardt