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Buy Jutland: An Analysis of the Fighting by John Campbell, N J M Campbell online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now. The Fighting at Jutland (Rochester: Chatham, – first published ) FDSF. Marder, Arthur, From the Dreadnought to Scapa Flow. The Royal Navy in the Fisher Era, – (Oxford University Press) Vol. I. The Road to War, – (London: ) Vol. II. The War Years: To the Eve of Jutland .
The battle of Jutland has produced more inconclusive controversy from historians and naval officers than any other modern sea fight. Ignoring the wider strategic and political issues, this book focuses on what actually happened, examining the ships, action, damage reports and other data. The Fighting at Jutland: The Personal Experiences of Forty-Five Officers and Men of the British Fleet by H. W. Fawcett and G. W. W. Hooper. London: Hutchinson. Library stamps and labels. Edge-rubbed boards. Cocked spine. Library bound. No date, fourth impression. Pages missing.. .
Re-fighting Jutland ended with the start of the Second World War, and the record as it then existed was allowed to stand. This book is a long overdue attempt to set the record straight. For those students of naval history, a very good read. The book /5(68). Get this from a library! The fighting at Jutland: the personal experiences of sixty officers and men of the British Fleet. [H W Fawcett; G W W Hooper].
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What this book details is a blow by blow account of the fighting, detailing the effects of shells, visibility, gunnery control and damage inflicted as well as showing how, if the game had been on a chess board, both sides could have improved their performance/5(29).
This is a great book; it takes the reader inside the steel ships that fought at Jutland. The experiences of the men who fought in those ships were sometimes frustrating, sometimes terrifying, and sometimes agonizing, but always interesting.5/5(7).
What an insight it would give us into the character and courage of the men who served Nelson. So this book of the Fighting at Jutland is an endeavour to fill a like gap for the one fleet action of the War of (From the Introduction) This book benefits from the inclusion a useful supporting narrative of the action in detail and at large to give the experiences of the individual authors context and to clarify 5/5(3).
The Fighting at Jutland. This unique book is a compilation of sixty firsthand accounts of the World War I's most famous naval clash -- the Battle of Jutland. Privately published in very limited quantities in the s, the complete work is now being reprinted for the first time/5.
As a result of his painstaking study, posterity may have to modify its judgment, for better or worse, of certain naval officers and ship successful on its fighting at Jutland book publication in the s, Jutland: An Analysis of the Fighting has become the classic authoritative work on the subject, changing the study of Jutland profoundly and establishing the benchmark for all subsequent naval studies of the First World by: 5.
The Fighting at Jutland (abridged Ed.) the Personal Experiences of Forty-five Officers and Men of the British Fleet. Harold William Fawcett, Geoffrey William Winsmore Hooper. Macmillan, - Jutland (Denmark), Battle of, - pages. This unique book is a compilation of sixty firsthand accounts of the World War I's most famous naval clash -- the Battle of Jutland.
Privately published in very limited quantities in the s, the complete work is now being reprinted for the first time. Eschewing discussions of strategy and tactics, the book focuses on the personal experiences of.
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. The fighting at Jutland the personal experiences of forty-five officers and men of the British Fleet.
Abridged ed. by Harold William Fawcett. Published by Macmillan in London. John Campbell (born ) is a British political writer and biographer. He is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh. His works include biographies of Lloyd George, Roy Jenkins, F.E.
Smith, Aneurin Bevan, Edward Heath, and Margaret Thatcher, the last consisting of two volumes, The Grocer's Daughter () and The Iron Lady ().
A one-volume abridgment prepared by David Freeman (a /5. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The fighting at Jutland by Harold William Fawcett,Macmillan edition, in English - Pages: The fighting at Jutland; the personal experiences of forty-five officers and men of the British Fleet by Fawcett, Harold William; Hooper, Geoffrey William WinsmorePages: The Battle of Jutland book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a major new account of the Battle of Jutland, the key naval /5(11).
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Publication date Topics Jutland, Battle of, Publisher London, Macmillan & co., ltd. CollectionPages: The Battle of Jutland (German: Skagerrakschlacht, the Battle of Skagerrak) was a naval battle fought between Britain's Royal Navy Grand Fleet, under Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, and the Imperial German Navy 's High Seas Fleet, under Vice-Admiral Reinhard Scheer, during the First World on: North Sea, near Denmark, 56°42′N 5°52′E /.
Based on the narrative of officers and sailors who fought at Jutland, Death in Grey Wastes takes much from the Fawcett and Hooper account of "The Fighting at Jutland. 60 officers and men " but weaves fascinating narrative around the accounts/5.
As a result of his painstaking study, posterity may have to modify its judgment, for better or worse, of certain naval officers and ship successful on its first publication in the s, Jutland: An Analysis of the Fighting has become the classic authoritative work on the subject, changing the study of Jutland profoundly and establishing the benchmark for all subsequent naval studies of the First World /5(19).
"Jutland, An Analysis of the Fighting", J Campbell, USNI, - One of the classic references, much detail, but I found it to be a bit of hard work to read "Jutland, The German Perspective", V Tarrant, Arms & Armour, - I bought it in at the HMS Belfast bookshop during a London visit, read it on the airplane returning to the USA, don't remember much, except that I got sleepy.
The Battle of Jutland - John Brooks - Google Books 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. 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 Brand: Cambridge University Press.
The Battle of Gallipoli was a World War I battle fought in Turkey between the Allied Powers and the Ottoman Empire. It was a major defeat for the Allied Powers, and led to ."The Fighting at Jutland" was first published ina collection of statements from sixty officers and men two took part in the greatest naval battle of the war.
The book was only produced in limited numbers and is extremely rare (although your reviewer is fortunate enough to have a treasured copy).5/5(7).