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In folklore and popular culture

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John Fisher, 1st Baron Fisher sections
Intro  Character and appearance  Childhood and personal life  Early career (1854\u20131869)  Commander (1869\u20131876)  Captain R.N. (1876\u20131883)  Admiral (1890\u20131902)  Second Sea Lord: reform of officer training (1902\u20131904)  First Sea Lord (1904\u20131910)  Before the war (1911\u20131914)  First Sea Lord (1914\u20131915)  Last years (1915\u20131920)  In folklore and popular culture  Honours  Styles  Notes   Bibliography   Further reading  External links  

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