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  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "DAY H T (LT CMDR) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Day, Horace Trelawny (Photographer) 1916-05-31

    Q 64308

    The battlecruiser HMS INDOMITABLE sailing in the wake of the ship from which the photograph is taken, during the Battle of Jutland. Her guns are trained to port.

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "ADMIRALTY COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916

    Q 55600

    The superstructure of HMS COLOSSUS, showing damage done at the battle of Jutland. COLOSSUS was the flagship of the 1st Battle Squadron (MARLBOROUGH, REVENGE, HERCULES, AGINCOURT, COLLINGWOOD, NEPTUNE, ST VINCENT, BELLONA). She was hit twice and suffered...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND, 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND, 31 MAY 1916

    part of "SURGEON PARKES COLLECTION OF SHIPS PORTRAITS" (photographs) 1916-05-31

    SP 2468

    HMS INVINCIBLE explodes during the battle of Jutland after she was hit five times by shells from the German battlecruisers DERRFLINGER and LUTZOW, the last hit blowing the roof off "Q" turret and setting fire to the cordite propellant, the...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "SURGEON PARKES COLLECTION OF SHIPS PORTRAITS" (photographs) Made by: Surgeon Oscar Parkes

    SP 413

    The seaplane carrier HMS ENGADINE at anchor. She was owned by South Eastern and Chatham Railway Company and was attached to Admiral Tyrwhitt's Command, taking part in operations of Heligoland Bight and being present at the air raid on Cuxhaven in...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "SURGEON PARKES COLLECTION OF SHIPS PORTRAITS" (photographs) 1916-05-31

    SP 1704

    On the horizon the battlecruiser HMS LION, flagship of Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty, can be seen after being hit on 'Q' turret. This was the most serious of thirteen hits by the 12 inch guns of the German battlecruiser LUTZOW and started a...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "CURZON (COMMANDER) COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916

    Q 23212

    The side of a QUEEN ELIZABETH class battleship in dry dock showing damage caused by a German shell at the battle of Jutland, a dock worker can be seen working inside the shell hole whilst several more are stood watching.

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH ARCHIVE COLLECTION" (photographs)

    Q 56781

    A diagram showing the hits sustained by the battlecruiser HMS TIGER during the battle of Jutland. She was hit fifteen times by large calibre shells and lost twenty four members of her crew killed and a further forty six wounded.

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "SURGEON PARKES COLLECTION OF SHIPS PORTRAITS" (photographs) Made by: Surgeon Oscar Parkes

    SP 191

    The 5.5 inch forecastle gun on board HMS CHESTER. Boy (1st Class) Jack Travers Cornwell was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for remaining at this gun on board the cruiser. The ship was badly shelled by four German cruisers and Cornwell's...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "DAY H T (LT CMDR) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Carne, William Power (Photographer) 1916-05-31

    Q 64302

    In the distance the British battlecruiser HMS INDEFATIGABLE sinking after being struck by shells from the German battlecruiser VON DER TANN first in "X" magazine and then once she had limped out of the line she was hit by another salvo on the...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "SURGEON PARKES COLLECTION OF SHIPS PORTRAITS" (photographs) Made by: Surgeon Oscar Parkes 1916

    SP 1597

    Two sailors looking through a shell hole in the forward turret roof of the battlecruiser HMS TIGER. Overall she was hit fifteen times by large calibre shells during the battle of Jutland and lost twenty four members of her crew killed and a further forty...

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