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Sir Douglas Fisher 23 October 1890 - 4 October 1963 Allegiance United Kingdom Service/branch Royal Navy Years of service 1907-1949 Rank Admiral Commands held HMS Warspite Battles/wars World War I World War II Awards Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire Admiral Sir Douglas Blake Fisher KCB KBE (23 October 1890 - 4 October 1963) was a Royal Navy officer who went on to be Fourth Sea Lord. Naval career Fisher joined the Royal Navy as a Midshipman in 1907 and served in World War I.[1] He was appointed Captain of the Fleet for the Home Fleet in 1938.[1] He also served in World War II commanding the battleship HMS Warspite from 1940 and then taking part in the Arctic Convoys from 1942 before becoming Rear Admiral, Fleet Train for the British Pacific Fleet in 1944 and then Flag Officer, Western Area, British Pacific Fleet in 1945.[1] After the War he became Fourth Sea Lord and Chief of Supplies and Transport and then retired as a full Admiral in 1949.[2] References ^ a b c Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives ^ Military offices Preceded by Sir Arthur Palliser Fourth Sea Lord 1946–1948 Succeeded by Sir Herbert Packer Persondata Name Fisher, Douglas Alternative names Short description Date of birth 23 October 1890 Place of birth Date of death 4 October 1963 Place of death