Thomas Webster Kemp

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Thomas Webster Kemp CB CMG CIE (27 September 1866 – 13 January 1928) was an Admiral of the Royal Navy.

in 1917 Rear Admiral Kemp was given command of the British North Russia Squadron. [1]

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References

  1. Clifford Kinvig (23 November 2007), Churchill's Crusade, Hambledon & London, ISBN   9781847250216, OCLC   747256147, OL   9819337M, 1847250211