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  1. The Marquess of Milford Haven GCB GCVO KCMG PC ADC Portrait by Philip de László, 1909 First Sea Lord In office 8 December 1912 – 28 October 1914 Prime Minister H. H. Asquith Preceded by Sir Francis Bridgeman Succeeded by The Lord Fisher Member of the House of Lords Lord Temporal Hereditary peerage 7 November 1917 – 11 September 1921

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  3. May 5, 2023 · Mountbatten, Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl, Viscount Mountbatten of Burma, Baron Romsey of Romsey. He was the fourth child of Prince Louis of Battenberg, afterward Marquess of Milford Haven, and his wife, Princess Victoria of Hesse-Darmstadt, granddaughter of Britain’s Queen Victoria. He entered the Royal Navy in 1913 and had various naval ...

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  5. Prince Philip Battenberg family, English Mountbatten, a family that rose to international prominence in the 19th and 20th centuries, the name being a revival of a medieval title. The first Battenbergs were a family of German counts that died out about 1314 and whose seat was the castle of Kellerburg, near Battenberg, in Hesse.

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  6. Louis Alexander Mountbatten, 1st marquess of Milford Haven, also called (until 1917) Louis Alexander, Prince Of Battenberg, (born May 24, 1854, Graz, Austria—died Sept. 11, 1921, London, Eng.), British admiral of the fleet and first sea lord, who was responsible, with Winston Churchill, for the total mobilization of the fleet prior to World War I.

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  7. Sep 24, 2021 · Despite his parents' objections to his change of nationality, he became a naturalised British citizen and was accepted into the navy on the 3rd October 1868. This was the start of a remarkable career. His first ship was the HMS Victory, Admiral Nelson’s former ship, which was in dock at the time.

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