Jutland 1916 draws on a wealth of original...
Jutland 1916 draws on a wealth of original research and first-hand accounts to reveal how the battle unfolded a century after it was fought.
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Jutland 1916 draws on a wealth of original research and first-hand accounts to reveal how the battle unfolded a century after it was fought. In this book renowned naval historial Angus Konstam examines the race to create a fleet of dreadnought, a completely new breed of warship, the naval strategy developed by both sides and the key turning point of the battle. Konstam skillfully use dramatic accounts from the sailors who fought at Jutland to breathe life into this great battle, from the rival commanders - Sir John Jellicoe and Reinhard Scheer down to the youngest boy seaman.
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