Papers of the British naval commander-in-chief, Germany, who, prior to the German surrender in 1945 had been Allied naval commander-in-chief Expeditionary Force, are in ADM 228. Papers of the Operational Commander of Operation MOSAIC, in Western Australia, are in ADM 296
Papers of the Commodore of the Arabian Seas and Persian Gulf are in ADM 323
See also PRO Records Information Leaflets 43 and 49 for the First and Second World Wars.
Administrative / biographical background:
For command purposes the Navy is divided into a number of stations or fleets, each normally under an admiral.
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