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  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

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

    Q 23215

    The stern 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 stood on a hanging platform.

  • 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 "CURZON (COMMANDER) COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916

    Q 23216

    "A" turret on board a QUEEN ELIZABETH class battleship in dry dock showing damage caused by German shellfire at the battle of Jutland. Dock workers can be seen on the deck of the battleship.

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND, 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND, 31 MAY 1916

    part of "SURGEON PARKES COLLECTION OF SHIPS PORTRAITS" (photographs)

    SP 3129

    Admiral Sir David Beatty poses for journalists on board a ship. Note the trademark tilt of his cap.

  • 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 1706

    On the horizon a German shell misses amidships of the battlecruiser HMS LION, flagship of Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty. She suffered thirteen hits by the 12 inch guns of the German battlecruiser LUTZOW the most serious of which started a fire in "Q...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "DUCKWORTH A D (LT) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Duckworth, Arthur Dyce (Sub Lieutenant) 1916-05-31

    Q 20889

    At around 4.00 pm during the opening phase of the battle of Jutland, British battlecruisers can be seen on the horizon as they open fire and German shells burst along the line of ships. The German ships are out of sight around 18,500 yards beyond the...

  • BRITISH SHIPS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    BRITISH SHIPS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "SYMONDS & CO COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Symonds & Co

    Q 21016

    The light cruiser HMS BIRMINGHAM (launch date 7 May 1913).

  • 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 1602

    Damage to the interior of a cabin on board the battlecruiser HMS TIGER sustained at Jutland - note the shell hole next to the damaged desk. Overall the ship was hit fifteen times by large calibre shells during the battle of Jutland and lost twenty four...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "FAVIELL D (COMMANDER) COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916-05-31

    Q 20439

    In the distance the battleship HMS IRON DUKE (presumably the third ship from the right) opens fire during the battle of Jutland as she sails in line with at least five more capital ships. IRON DUKE was the flagship of the Commander in Chief of the...

  • 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 2470

    The bow and stern of HMS INVINCIBLE sticking out of the water as the battlecruiser sinks 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...

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