East Indies and China Station

The East Indies and China Station was a formation of the Royal Navy from 1831 to 1865.[1]

East Indies and China Station
Admiralty House, Hong Kong
Active18311865
Country United Kingdom
Branch Royal Navy
TypeFleet
Garrison/HQHong Kong

History

The Station was formed in 1831; it ceased to exist when it was separated into the East Indies Station and the China Station in 1865.[1] Its area covered the Indian Ocean and the coasts of China and its navigable rivers.[2] These responsibilities did not imply territorial claims, although the navy often co-operated with British commercial interests in the above areas.

Commanders-in-Chief

Commanders-in-Chief have included:[1]

References

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