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Jutland 1916 : clash of the dreadnoughts

Author: Charles London; Howard Gerrard
Publisher: Oxford : Osprey Pub., ©2000.
Series: Campaign (Osprey Publishing), 72.
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The only major fleet engagement of World War I, the Battle of Jutland has been surrounded by controversy ever since. The British public felt Admiral Jellicoe had failed a reaction rooted in a hundred years of the 'Nelson cult', a conviction that anything short of a Trafalgar-style annihilation was letting the side down. True, the German Fleet had sunk more ships and suffered fewer casualties, but the British had  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
London, Charles.
Jutland 1916.
Oxford : Osprey Military, c2000
(OCoLC)44102329
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Charles London; Howard Gerrard
ISBN: 9781846035272 1846035279
OCLC Number: 645239555
Description: 1 online resource (96 p.) : ill. (some col.)., col. map.
Contents: Cover; Half title; Title; Imprint; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; ORIGINS OF THE CAMPAIGN; THE OPPOSING FLEETS; The Grand Fleet; The Hochseeflotte; THE WAR IN THE NORTH SEA 1914-15; THE OPPOSING COMMANDERS; Admiral John Rushworth Jellicoe; Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty; Vizeadmiral Reinhard Scheer; Vizeadmiral Franz Hipper; OPPOSING PLANS; ORDERS OF BATTLE; THE BATTLE; 'Enemy in sight'; 'Fleet action is imminent'; Parting shots; In the nightmare of the dark; Disappointment at dawn; AFTERMATH; British; German; The truth is down there; CHRONOLOGY; 30 May 1916; 31 May 1916; 1 June; SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Series Title: Campaign (Osprey Publishing), 72.
Responsibility: Charles London ; illustrated by Howard Gerrard.

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A major fleet action of the First World War between the two most powerful navies on earth.  Read more...

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