5 edition of battle of Jutland found in the catalog.
|Series||Wordsworth military library|
|LC Classifications||D582.J8 B53 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||00690737|
The Jutland section of the book opens with ‘My Boy Jack’, a reflection on the dead. This undoubtedly carries some of Kipling’s feelings about the loss of his own son at the battle of Loos the previous year, framed in naval terms. This book, despite its author’s relationship to Jellicoe, does not eulogise the admiral but objectively lays out the whole Jutland story and offers a comprehensive and very readable narrative which the reader, newly coming to the Jutland battle and controversy, will find satisfaction that the author has addressed all aspects of the battle.
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"The Battle of Jutland" by military scholar John Brooks is a major new account of the Battle of Jutland and begins with the building of the two fleets wherein Brooks reveals the key technologies employed, from ammunition, gunnery and fire control, to signaling and torpedoes, as well as the opposing commanders' tactical expectations and battle. 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.
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The Battle of Jutland, by John Brooks Summary: Overall I liked this book and would recommend it with a few caveats. This is not a good book for an introduction to Jutland but is an excellent book for someone who has read several books on Jutland and wants to dive deeper into the by: 2.
Staff also embraces H. Frost’s ’s BATTLE OF JUTLAND book. Frost was an American naval officer critical of the British to an extent that many British authors do not consult him. This is a mistake. Staff makes good use of Frost as a secondary source in his telling of the battle of Jutland from the German point of view.
The book moves /5(34). Jutland book. Read 24 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Dramatic, illustrated account of the biggest naval battle of the First /5. Groos, Captain O (trans. Bagot, Lieut-Cmdr. W T) The Battle of Jutland (The German Official Account), Naval Staff, Admiralty, 1 May and typed draft Ca, both AL.
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This is a major new account of the Battle of Jutland, the key battle of Jutland book /5(11). 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 Beginning with the building of the two fleets, John Brooks reveals the key technologies employed, Brand: Cambridge University Press.
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Strategically, Jutland proved as decisive as the Battle of Trafalgar. The German High Sea Fleet had been driven home and would put out to.
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.
Batsford Ltd., London, UK ), Pan & Sword Books Ltd. Barnsley, UK (). A classic study on the battle by the USN "Jutland", D Macintyre, Norton, - A good read, good primer on the battle, well done "The Battle of Jutland", G Bennett, Bastford, - Like Macintyre's book above, a good read, gives a good account of the battle, also well done.
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 Beginning with the building of the two fleets, John Brooks reveals the key technologies employed, from ammunition, gunnery and fire control, to signalling and torpedoes, as well as.
Just as an example, I noticed in Beesly's book on room 40 (he was in naval intelligence in ww2 tracking submarines) he starts the chapter on Jutland, 'The battle of jutland was fought on 31 may It was the swan song of the of the mighty dreadnought battleship.'.
To make it short, John Brooks, whose book on Dreadnought Gunnery and the Battle of Jutland: The Question of Fire-Control (London, ) had already broken new ground, does fulfil all expectations in spite of a view, which, due to the sources it is based on, is closer to the British than the German ships.
Nevertheless, wherever possible, he also. The British Grand Fleet which engaged the German High Seas Fleet at Jutland in was the most formidable in the history of the Royal Navy.
Admiral Sir John Jellicoe’s warships included 28 battleships and nine battle cruisers, commanded by 13 admirals and 75 commodores and post : The History Press.
After Jutland analyses the naval war in Northern European waters following the critical, but inconclusive Battle of Jutland. A popular misconception is that Jutland marked the end of the operational career of the German High Sea Fleet and the beginning of a period of stagnation for both it and its opponent, the Grand Fleet.
The Battle of Jutland was the greatest naval engagement of the First World War, if not any war. Admiral Scheer had adopted a policy of launching attacks against the British coast.
What he did not know was that the British had broken his naval codes and that they knew of his plans. Consequently, when Scheer threw his entire fleet in a mission to attack the British.
Jutland: an Eye-Witness Account of a Great Battle by ed. Stuart Legg and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Battle of Jutland, Used - AbeBooks Passion for books.
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Jason Hines, “Sins of Omission and Commission: A Reassessment of the Role of Intelligence in the Battle of Jutland,” Journal of Military History 72 (October ), pp. Gordon, Andrew, The Rules of the Game: Jutland and British Naval Command (London: John Murray, ).[/note], a noteworthy book in many respects.
No reader can. The book, Duel in the North Sea: HMS Ambuscade at Jutland (Sea Funnel, ISBN £10), has been released to commemorate the centenary of the battle, and documents what was the most intensely contested and significant naval engagement of the First World proceeds from the sale of the book goes directly to the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity.
A full account of the Battle of Jutland narrated by Admiral Jellicoe’s grandson as part of the Jutland Centenary Commemorations (a second animation, Scapa Flow animation, can be found here on. The Battle of Jutland was the greatest naval engagement of the First World War, if not any war.
Admiral Scheer had adopted a policy of launching attacks against the British coast. What he did not know was that the British had broken his Author: Diane Canwell.