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  1. Authors: Michael Stephen Partridge, Royal Naval Museum. Summary: The Royal Navy College at Osborne on the Isle of Wight was in operation from 1903 to 1923. It complemented the Royal Naval College at Dartmouth. This book seeks to provide a history of the college and includes interviews and photographs. Print Book, English, 1999.

  2. Monkey jacket of a cadet, Royal Naval College, Osborne. It belonged to R. J. P. Eden who died at the college on 13 October 1909 after two terms. Heavy, navy blue serge, double breasted with five holes and four buttons on each side. Padded turned down collar.

  3. The Stable Block which later became the Royal Naval College. In 1859 Prince Albert designed a new and larger quadrangular stable block, which was built by Cubitts on the former cricket pitch. The building is now Grade II* listed. Queen Victoria in carriage at Osborne House (picture courtesy of Cyril Duclos)

  4. Royal Naval College, Osborne, 1910-05 - 1913-05, GBR/0014/DENN 6/5. The Papers of Alexander Guthrie Denniston, GBR/0014/DENN. Churchill Archives Centre.

  5. 1 de ene. de 2000 · The Royal Naval College at Osborne on the Isle of Wight was in operation from 1903 to 1921 and was the junior section of the Royal Naval College at Dartmouth. Boys went there at the age of 12, moving on to Dartmouth at 14 or 15. Among the sons of several European royal families sent to the college were the future King George VI and Earl ...

    • Hardcover
    • Michael Partridge
  6. The Royal Naval College, Osborne, located in the grounds of Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, served as the junior training establishment for the training of naval cadets of the Military Branch of the Royal Navy from 1903 to 1921. Cadets spent two years under study there before transferring for two years' further study at the Royal Naval ...

  7. Royal Naval College Osborne, 1908 - 1913. File. Reference Code: GBR/0014/DENN 6/1. Citation. Contact Us. PDF. Churchill Archives Centre. The Papers of Alexander Guthrie Denniston. Additional Papers, 1908 - 1950.