Jellicoe,John Rushworth

Jellicoe,John Rushworth
Jel·li·coe (jĕlʹĭ-kō'), John Rushworth. First Earl Jellicoe. 1859-1935.
British naval officer who commanded the fleet that fought the Germans at Jutland (1916). He later served as governor-general of New Zealand (1920-1924).

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