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SKAGERRAK: The Battle of Jutland Through German Eyes

SKAGERRAK: The Battle of Jutland Through German Eyes
by Staff. Gary

1-212020

On 31 May 1916, the German High Seas Fleet clashed with the Royal Navy in the North Sea. The ensuing Battle of Jutland, known to the Germans as the Skaggerak Battle (der Skagerrakschlacht), was the most significant naval action of WWI. Although not tactically decisive, the strategic result was that British naval supremacy in the North Sea went unchallenged for the rest of the war and the blockade of Germany remained in place.

Many works have dealt with this clash of titans, and many more will doubtless appear for the approaching centenary but the German perspective has been sorely neglected. Gary Staff aims to correct this. By cross-referencing both German and British official records and accounts he has established the most coherent narrative of the battle possible.

The bare bones of the timeline are fleshed out with eyewitness accounts from the crews of the German ships. The result is a gripping read that gives a real sense of the drama, tension and terror of being in battle inside one of these steel behemoths.

1 vol, 288 pgs 2016 UK, PEN & SWORD
NEW-dj, available late July 2016 ......$40.00

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