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The Royal Naval Academy was a facility established in 1733 in Portsmouth Dockyard to train officers for the Royal Navy. The founders' intentions were to provide an alternative means to recruit officers and to provide standardised training, education and admission. In 1806 it was renamed the Royal Naval College and in 1816 became the Royal Naval College and the School for Naval Architecture. It was closed as a training establishment for officer entrants in 1837.

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  • The Royal Naval Academy was a facility established in 1733 in Portsmouth Dockyard to train officers for the Royal Navy. The founders' intentions were to provide an alternative means to recruit officers and to provide standardised training, education and admission. In 1806 it was renamed the Royal Naval College and in 1816 became the Royal Naval College and the School for Naval Architecture. It was closed as a training establishment for officer entrants in 1837.
  • La Royal Naval Academy, anciennement Royal Naval College of Portsmouth (1733 - 1837), « l'Académie royale navale » a été fondée à Portsmouth Dockyard, pour disposer d'un établissement où entraîner les officiers destinés à la Royal Navy. Les intentions des fondateurs étaient de fournir une alternative pour le recrutement des officiers et pour dispenser un entraînement, une éducation et des règles d'admission standardisés.
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  • The Royal Naval Academy was a facility established in 1733 in Portsmouth Dockyard to train officers for the Royal Navy. The founders' intentions were to provide an alternative means to recruit officers and to provide standardised training, education and admission. In 1806 it was renamed the Royal Naval College and in 1816 became the Royal Naval College and the School for Naval Architecture. It was closed as a training establishment for officer entrants in 1837.
  • La Royal Naval Academy, anciennement Royal Naval College of Portsmouth (1733 - 1837), « l'Académie royale navale » a été fondée à Portsmouth Dockyard, pour disposer d'un établissement où entraîner les officiers destinés à la Royal Navy. Les intentions des fondateurs étaient de fournir une alternative pour le recrutement des officiers et pour dispenser un entraînement, une éducation et des règles d'admission standardisés.
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