|Robin Campsie Dalglish|
|Born||3 December 1880
|Died||17 December 1934(aged 54)|
|Years of service||1885–1934|
|Commands held||HM Australian Squadron (1932–34)
HMS Centaur (1928–30)
HMS Barham (1920–22)
HMS Ganges (1923)
Harwich Docks (1923)
|Battles/wars||First World War|
|Awards||Companion of the Order of the Bath|
Rear Admiral Robin Campsie Dalglish, CB (3 December 1880 – 17 December 1934) was a senior officer in the Royal Navy. He represented Great Britain in Fencing at the 1920 and 1924 Summer Olympics. He was the first Australian born admiral in the Royal Navy.
Born on 3 December 1880 in Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia. His family returned to England in 1888. He joined the Royal Navy in 1895 as a cadet, was confirmed as sub-lieutenant on 15 July 1900, and in 1901 was at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich. On 5 August 1902 he was appointed to the torpedo boat destroyer HMS Success, serving in the Portsmouth instructional flotilla. While as a lieutenant, he served in HMS Bacchante of 3rd Cruiser Squadron as part of the Mediterranean Squadron between 1902–1904. In 1905 he served in HMS Leviathan, also of the 3rd Cruiser Squadron. Promoted to lieutenant commander, he served in HMS King George V in 1913 and at the outbreak of the First World War. He served in HMS Canada from 1915 to 1918 and participated in the Battle of Jutland. He was the Captain in charge of Harwich Docks and commanded Shotley Training Establishment in 1923. He was promoted to rear admiral on 4 April 1931 and appointed Rear Admiral Commanding HM Australian Squadron from 7 April 1932 until 19 April 1934. On 2 January 1933 he was appointed a Companion of the Order of the Bath.
Dalglish died of illness on 17 December 1934.
Commodore Leonard Holbrook
|Rear Admiral Commanding HM Australian Squadron
Rear Admiral Wilbraham Ford