- Instead, for political reasons, he got dreadnoughts - which were then stationed near home.
- The Admiralty placed its faith in dreadnoughts and Britain's traditional naval ships - and this, to a great extent, did not include submarines.
- In addition to these vessels, Congress authorized seven dreadnoughts in 1916 and seven fast battleships in 1940, none of which was finished.
- There are of course more potent ships to command, specifically destroyers, cruisers and dreadnoughts.
- John Fisher was astute enough to support most technical developments - such as submarines and the dreadnoughts - and his impact on naval policy on World War One cannot be disputed.