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Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Henry Dacres Cunningham GCB, MVO, DL (13 April 1885 – 13 December 1962) was a Royal Navy officer. A qualified senior navigator, he became Director of Plans at the Admiralty in 1930. He saw action as Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean Fleet during the Second World War with responsibility for the allied landings at Anzio and in the south of France. He served as First Sea Lord in the late 1940s: his focus was on implementing the Government's policy of scrapping a large number of serviceable ships.

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  • John Henry Dacres Cunningham né le 13 avril 1885 dans la région de Demerara-Mahaica en Guyane britannique, et décédé le 13 décembre 1962 à Londres, était un amiral britannique durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale.
  • John Henry Dacres Cunningham (Demerara (Brits-Guyana), 13 april 1885 – Londen, 13 december 1962) was een Britse admiraal en was van 1946 tot 1948 de First Sea Lord. Een gekwalificeerde navigator en hij was voor een tijd instructeur op de navigatieschool van de Royal Navy. Hij was ook directeur Planning in Admiralty House en diende later als opperbevelhebber van de Mediterranean Fleet tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog. (John Cunningham moet niet verward worden met zijn voorganger Andrew Cunningham.)
  • Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Henry Dacres Cunningham GCB, MVO, DL (13 April 1885 – 13 December 1962) was a Royal Navy officer. A qualified senior navigator, he became Director of Plans at the Admiralty in 1930. He saw action as Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean Fleet during the Second World War with responsibility for the allied landings at Anzio and in the south of France. He served as First Sea Lord in the late 1940s: his focus was on implementing the Government's policy of scrapping a large number of serviceable ships.
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  • 1885-4-13
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