2 edition of battle of Jutland, 31 May-l June 1916 ... found in the catalog.
battle of Jutland, 31 May-l June 1916 ...
United States. Naval War College, Newport.
in Newport, R.I
Written in English
|Series||Monograph, no. l.|
|Contributions||Von Hase, George., Pollen, Arthur Joseph Hungerford, 1866-1937., Scheer, Reinhard, 1863-1928., Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe, Earl, 1859-1935., Great Britain. Admiralty.|
|LC Classifications||D582.J8 U6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||21026276|
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OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations, 7 folded leaves of plates, 2 folded facsimile 24 cm. Contents: battle of Jutland two white nations," by George von HaseNotes from O.N.I.
publicationsNarrative of the battle of Jutland, by Arthur Pollen and othersThe battle of the Skagerrak, account by Admiral ScheerThe battle of Jutland, account by Admiral Jellicoe. This is the complete order of battle for the Battle of Jutland fought between 31 May and 1 June The battle involved warships of the British and German navies, and, in terms of combined tonnage of vessels engaged, was the largest naval battle in history.
Anglo-German naval rivalry before had been expected to culminate in a cataclysmic fleet action in the North Sea once war was declared, a battle upon which the outcome of the war would depend: yet the two fleets met only once, at Jutland inand the battle was far from conclusive.
Order of battle at Jutland explained This is the complete order of battle for the Battle of Jutland fought between 31 May and 1 June The battle involved warships of the British and German navies, and, in terms of combined tonnage of vessels engaged, was the largest naval battle in history.
However, the outcome of the Battle of Jutland (31 May/l June ) clearly showed that such an undertaking would be too risky even for 31 May-l June 1916. book Grand Fleet. The battle did not change the over-all strategic situation and therefore in some quarters is considered of little importance.
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However, the outcome of the Battle of Jutland (31 May/l June ) clearly showed that such an undertaking would be too risky even for the Grand Fleet.
The battle did not change the over-all strategic situation and therefore in some quarters is considered of little importance.
(3) Battle of Jutland: North Sea off the coast of Denmark. 31st May -1st June, Largest Naval Battle of WW1, Both sides claimed Victory, with great loss of life. battle june indian ocean france april united states carrier cruisers august troops battleship soviet boat europe allies italy escort military Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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