Battle of Jutland

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SIR,—Be pleased to inform the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty that the High Sea Fleet was brought to action on 31st May, 1916, to the westward of the Jutland Bank, off the coast of Denmark.
—Introduction to the Official Despatch from Sir John Jellicoe, 6th July, 1916
Battle of Jutland
31 May – 1 June, 1916
PreliminariesRun to the SouthRun to the NorthClash of the Battle FleetsNight ActionsBritish ReactionsGerman ReactionsAnalysisConclusions



Official Published and Issued Sources - British
Books - General Accounts
  • Bacon, Admiral Sir Reginald Hugh (1933). The Jutland Scandal. London: Hutchinson.
  • Bellairs, Carlyon (1919). The Battle of Jutland: The Sowing and the Reaping. London: Hodder and Stoughton Limited.
  • Brooks, John (2005). Dreadnought Gunnery and the Battle of Jutland: The Question of Fire Control. Oxon: Routledge. ISBN 0714657026. (on and
  • Butler, Daniel Allen (2006). Distant Victory: The Battle of Jutland and the Allied Triumph in the First World War. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International. ISBN 0-275-99073-7.
  • Campbell, N.J.M. (2000). Jutland: An Analysis of the Fighting. New York: The Lyons Press. ISBN 1-55821-759-2.
  • Costello, John; Hughes, Terry (1977). Jutland 1916. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. ISBN 0-03-018466-5.
  • Friedman, Norman (2008). Naval Firepower: Battleship Guns and Gunnery in the Dreadnought Era. Barnsley: Seaforth Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84415-701-3.
  • Gordon, Andrew (2005). The Rules of the Game: Jutland and British Naval Command. London: John Murray (Publishers). ISBN 0719561310. (on and
  • Gough, Barry (2010). Historical Dreadnoughts: Arthur Marder, Stephen Roskill and Battles of Naval History. Barnsley: Seaforth Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84832-2.
  • Harper, Rear-Admiral J. E. T. (1927). The Truth about Jutland. London: John Murray.
  • Harper, Vice-Admiral J. E. T.; Gibson, Langhorne (1934). The Riddle of Jutland: An Authentic History. New York: Coward-McCann, Inc..
  • Hase, Georg von (1921). Kiel and Jutland. London: Skeffington & Son, Ltd..
  • Marder, Arthur Jacob (1978). From the Dreadnought to Scapa Flow, The Royal Navy in the Fisher Era, 1904-1919: Jutland and After, May 1916–December 1916. Volume III (Second ed.). London: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0192158414.
  • Pollen, Anthony (1980). The Great Gunnery Scandal: The Mystery of Jutland. London: Collins. ISBN 0002162989.
  • Steel, Nigel; Hart, Peter (2004). Jutland 1916: Death in the Grey Wastes. London: Cassell. ISBN 0-304-36648-X.
  • Tarrant, V.E. (2002). Jutland: The German Perspective. London: Cassell and Company, Ltd. ISBN 1-860-19917-8.
  • Yates, Keith (2000). Flawed Victory: Jutland, 1916. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1-55750-981-6.
  • Hines, Commander Jason, U.S.N. (October 2008). "Sins of Omission and Commission: A Reassessment of the Role of Intelligence in the Battle of Jutland". The Journal of Military History 72 (4): pp. 1117-1153.
  • Lambert, Nicholas A. (January 1998). ""Our Bloody Ships" or "Our Bloody System"? Jutland and the Loss of the Battle Cruisers, 1916.". The Journal of Military History 61: pp. 29–55.
  • Lyle, Colin (1996). "Jutland, or a Second 'Glorious First of June'?". The Mariner's Mirror: pp. 190–199.
  • McLaughlin, Stephen (2010). "'Equal Speed Charlie London': Jellicoe's Deployment at Jutland". in Jordan, John. Warship 2010. London: Conway. ISBN 978-1-84486-110-1.