AT SEA: Jutland No. II

AT SEA "Jutland No. II"

Oldtimers on the north tip of Denmark remember a special kind of sea thunder, which they heard during the late afternoon and night of May 31, 1916. It was the firing of heaviest naval ordnance and it came from the Battle of Jutland (Germans call it the Battle of the Skagerrak).

Hearing that the British Fleet was being divided to protect its coasts from submarine raids, Admiral Scheer of the bottled-up German High Seas Fleet determined to venture an attack from his bases back of Helgoland. The British caught...

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