|Statement||by C.C. Gill ... with 26 diagrams.|
|LC Classifications||D582.J8 G4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 187 p.|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||21005557|
I have read the author's previous book about the Falklands, and this book was as detailed, but a little more confusing in movements. Author makes extensive use of official reports from the battle, including extensive quotations. I liked the book and got a Cited by: Presented for your consideration, two reports prepared by the British after Jutland on that great clash in WWI. Long out of print, and put together here for the first time, are definitive finding on what happened there as seen through British eyes. I always believe in viewing all sides, and this book is a good fresh start/5(8). This is an extremely well edited book on what the Royal Navy produced in a very limited number immediately after World War One on the Battle of Jutland. Essentially it was produced as a hard-hitting critique of Admiral Jellicoe – in some cases not bringing up facts - and because of postwar “politics” it was suppressed. As with other books by Peter Hart and Nigel Steel, 'Jutland - death in the grey wastes' draws heavily from the Imperial War Museum's collection of personal accounts (as well as other sources) by men who served in the battle - on both sides/5(93).
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. what happened at jutland. WE publish elsewhere a review of Lord Jellicoe's most interesting book. After reading that book we do not wonder that Lord Jellicoe has won the affection and esteem of the whole of the Grand Fleet. "Before Jutland is now the best single-volume explanation of the realities of fighting at sea in the First World War." —European History Quarterly"Before Jutland is a fine book, with a good balance of narrative and analysis. James Goldrick's intelligent discussion of the challenges of operating large fleets of coal-fired ships provides texture and depth to the narrative. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gill, C.C. (Charles Clifford), b. What happened at Jutland. New York, George H. Doran Co. [©].
The best book I've read on Jutland is The Rules of the Game. It starts with an account of the battle, and at the point Beatty is trying to link up with Evan-Thomas, suddenly jumps back 50 years and restarts from there to explain why the Royal Navy functioned (or rather malfunctioned) as it did that day. jutland Download jutland or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get jutland book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. What happened at Jutland; the tactics of the battle Item Preview Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Addeddate Pages: Distant Victory: The Battle of Jutland and the Allied Triumph in the First World War by Daniel Allen Butler Synopsis: Distant Victory is an examination of the great sea fight at Jutland that is more than a mere balance sheet of ships sunk and lives lost, or an account of which fleet fled before the other. Rather, it is an a retelling of the battle that reveals its long-term .