Captain William Reginald Hall

The Head of the Naval Intelligence Division


(1870–1943) Historic character of importance. Please do not kill.


Captain William Reginald Hall is the eldest son of Captain William Henry Hall. He began his prestigious career in the Royal Navy in 1884. He made Captain by 1905, and was captain of the battlecruser Queen Mary in 1913. He participated in the Battle of Heligoland Bight in August 1914, but his failing health saw him transferred from sea service. After Rear-admiral Henry Oliver was made Naval Secretary to First lord of the Admiralty Winston Chirchill, Captain Hall was appointed Director of the Naval Intelligence Division, an entity that his father created. He founded Room 40.

Captain William Reginald Hall

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