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Naval Defence Act 1889 was an Act of the Parliament of the United
Kingdom, instituted on May 31, 1889 to increase the United
Kingdom's naval strength and formally adopt the country's
"two-power standard." The standard called for the Royal Navy to
maintain a number of battleships at least equal to the combined
strength of the next two largest navies in the world which at that
point were France and Russia.
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