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  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR NAVAL OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916

    Q 20764

    Damage on the deck of the German battlecruiser DERFFLINGER sustained at the battle of Jutland and photographed after she had returned to port. She had been hit by ten 15 inch shells, one 13.5 inch shell and ten twelve inch shells. Both after turrets were...

  • 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 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...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR NAVAL OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916

    Q 20765

    Damage to the deck of the German battlecruiser DERFFLINGER sustained at the battle of Jutland and photographed after she had returned to port. She had been hit by ten 15 inch shells, one 13.5 inch shell and ten twelve inch shells. Both after turrets were...

  • 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 1707

    A pall of smoke rises in the distance during the loss of the British battlecruiser INDEFATIGABLE after she was 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...

  • THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND 31 MAY 1916

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR NAVAL OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916

    Q 20762

    Damage to the port side of the German battlecruiser DERFFLINGER sustained at the battle of Jutland and photographed after she had returned to port. She had been hit by ten 15 inch shells, one 13.5 inch shell and ten twelve inch shells. Both after turrets...

  • 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 "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR NAVAL OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) 1916

    Q 20766

    Damage to the deck the German battlecruiser DERFFLINGER sustained at the battle of Jutland and photographed after she had returned to port, part of which can be seen in the background. She had been hit by ten 15 inch shells, one 13.5 inch shell and ten...

  • SMS SEYDLITZ

    SMS SEYDLITZ

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR NAVAL OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs)

    Q 20690

    Damage to SMS SEYDLITZ from a torpedo fired by HMS PETARD or HMS TURBULENT. The torpedo tore a 40 foot hole in the starboard side in line with the forward part of the barbette for ‘A’ turret.

  • SMS SEYDLITZ

    SMS SEYDLITZ

    part of "GERMAN FIRST WORLD WAR NAVAL OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs)

    Q 20673

    Damage to SMS SEYDLITZ from a 15 inch shell fired by HMS ROYAL OAK which struck the right hand gun of the port wing turret. The gun was dented and flattened and the No. 5 port 5.9 inch gun disabled.

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