Admiral Sinclair hands over to Rear Admiral Sir Walter Cowan as Senior Naval Officer Baltic at Copenhagen. In addition to his flagship, the cruiser Caledon, Cowan also has a light cruiser Royalist and 5 destroyers under his command.
They continue to support the Estonians until the end of December 1919. In that year many important events take place including the sinking of the cruiser Oleg and the famous “Kronstadt Raid”, which proved a pivotal moment in the war. You can learn more about these events from the book Cowan’s War: the story of British naval operations in the Baltic 1918-1920 by Geoffrey Bennett.