3 edition of Jutland found in the catalog.
V. E. Tarrant
|LC Classifications||D582.J8 T37 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||318 p. :|
|Number of Pages||318|
Jutland Death in the Grey Wastes by Peter Hart and Nigel Steel is an excellent account of the battle, with an interesting twist, the book is taken almost entirely from the recollections of the participants/5(56). After Jutland is an important read for anyone interested in the naval side of the war.” —StrategyPage “This is an extraordinarily absorbing book, leaving one almost breathless as it covers every aspect of the naval war of the last years of WWI from morale to the development of weapons and tactics. Very highly recommended.” —Warship World.
Get this from a library! Jutland.. [Donald G F W Macintyre] COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist. James Goldrick, author of Before Jutland: The Naval War in Northern European Waters, August February 'To sum up, John Brooks’s book is one of the best written on this : Cambridge University Press.
HMS Jutland (D62) was a later or Battle-class fleet destroyer of the United Kingdom's Royal was named after the Battle of Jutland, the largest naval battle of the First World first Jutland was launched in , but was cancelled that same year. Her sister ship, Malplaquet - named after a battle between Britain and France during the War of the Spanish Succession in Commissioned: 30 July “This well-written book contains much information about the period, personalities, and facts relating to the Battle of Jutland. The author provides an exhaustive bibliography and an abundance of notes for each chapter, plus text blocks and sidebars.” —The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord.
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This is actually two books in one: "The Truth about Jutland" and "The Jutland Scandal", both of which were written to set the facts straight in the controversy over this battle that erupted after the war/5(8).
Jutland - A Epic Battle Still Cloaked In Controversy The grandson of Admiral Jellicoe, Nick Jellicoe wrote this book about the Naval Battle of Jutland in The book starts with the transformation of the British Navy to a Modern Force.
It also chronicles the building of the German Navy.4/5. A well researched work that has to be considered one of the definitive accounts of the Battle of Jutland. Originally published in the 's the modern reader may find the writers style "curious", for want of a better word, but this is not a criticism.
Indeed I find Bennett's rather clipped and concise style adds real gravitas to the by: The title of this book should be THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND FROM ENGLISH LANGUAGE SOURCES. It has value in that the author has thoroughly researched the Grand Fleet Battle Orders and many other Admiralty records so one does come away with a better understanding of what and why Jellicoe handled the fleet as he by: 2.
Jutland: Battle Fleet Action from the Fore-top of HMS Neptune What must it be like to have been perched 60 foot above the deck of a battleship as 3-ton shells rain down around you. Join the look-out in the fore-top of HMS Neptune as the British Grand Fleet and German High Seas Fleet clash at the Battle of Jutland.
His books Once inGolconda, The Go-Go Years, and Business Adventures have endured as classics. Although John Brooks (–) was an award-winning writer best known for his contributions to the New Yorker as a financial journalist/5(11). Two years later the man instructed to write the official report, Rear-Admiral Harper, decided to publish his account independently, under the title The Truth About Jutland.
Together, these two books lay bare the facts about Jutland and reveal the failings of senior officers and the distortions of the early historians. Seller Inventory # The premise behind the book is simple one and one that has been explored before, namely chart the history of all the ships that have borne a certain name, in this case the thirteen vessels that have served in the Royal Navy with the name Shark.
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Born in just as tensions with the Soviet Union were heating up, Clancy centered many of his books on Cold War g: Jutland. Book description This is a major new account of the Battle of Jutland, the key naval battle of the First World War in which the British Grand Fleet engaged the German High Seas Fleet off the coast of Denmark in Cited by: 2.
For this book, Jutland The Archaeology of a Naval Battlefield, Innes draws on his vast experience of marine archaeology and more than a casual ability to tell a great sea story.
Skilfully revealing the fates that befell all but 2 of the 25 Jutland wrecks, how they were discovered and ultimately identified/5(57). In Contreadmiral Friedrich von Kühlwetter (–) wrote a detailed analysis of the battle and published it in a book under the title "Skagerrak" (first anonymously published), which was reprinted in large numbers until after WWII and had a huge influence in keeping the battle in public memory amongst Germans as it was not tainted by the ideology of the Third on: North Sea, near Denmark, 56°42′N 5°52′E /.
Although the book describes the battle of Jutland from the German perspective, it does provide the British perspective. It just doesn't agree with the final conclusion of the battle from the British perspective. The book concludes the Germans won the battle of /5(34).
Jutland Death in the Grey Wastes Co-authored by historians Niger Steel & Peter Hart. Book focuses on the Anglo-German naval collision in the North Sea in the middle of WWI/5. Battle of Jutland.
Author: Editors. Getty Images. Involving some ships andmen, this battle off Denmark’s North Sea coast was the only major naval surface engagement of. BOOK REVIEW – The Battle of Jutland September 2, Book Reviews, Featured, History, News battle of jutland, book review, Geoffrey Bennett, naval history, world war I By Geoffrey Bennett (originally published B.T.
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Jutland book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Find Jutland by Sean Nigel Tyler at Blurb Books. British playwright Sean Nigel Tyler spent a summer in northern Jutland and fell in love with the land and people.
His doctoral thesis was the basis of his book Dreadnought Gunnery and the Battle of Jutland: The Question of Fire Control (), which was the first work to challenge the then widely accepted.The Battle of Jutland book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. At the end of Maya chance encounter with Admiral Hipper's bat /5.Buy The Battle of Jutland Reprint by Geoffrey Bennett (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(11).