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Chester William Nimitz, son of Chester Bernhard and Anna (Henke) Nimitz, was born in Fredericksburg, Texas.
Nimitz returned to the United States in the fourth Ranger when that vessel was converted to a school ship, and in January 1909 began instruction in the First Submarine Flotilla.
Nimitz took an active interest in community affairs, and served as a regent of the University of California from 1948-1956.
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 Nimitz, Chester William - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
NIMITZ, CHESTER WILLIAM [Nimitz, Chester William], 1885-1966, American admiral, b.
In Dec., 1944, he was made fleet admiral (five-star admiral) and a year later succeeded Ernest J. King as chief of naval operations.
General Dynamics' Turner to Receive 1999 Nimitz Award From Navy League of the United States.
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 Chester William Nimitz
Chester W. Nimitz - Sailor/World War II Figure, born 24 February 1885, Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet in World War II Highest-Ranking Officers in U.S. History - General and Commander-in-Chief1 George Washington (1732–1799), b.
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