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17 Apr MAX SCHULTZ’S LAST RESTING

[caption id="attachment_33824" align="alignright" width="184"] The tombstone of Max Schultz's grave in the Wilhelmshaven Friedhof.[/caption] Max Schultz was the VI Torpedo Boat Flotilla commander at Jutland and led SMS V.41 into attack Jellicoe's Grand fleet battle line forcing the British Turn Away. Schultz and Jellicoe had know each...

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17 Apr THE LAST SHIP FOUND

[caption id="attachment_33818" align="alignnone" width="300"] Dr. Stefan Huck, Director, German Naval Museum, Wilhelmshaven. He stands in front of the stone for the torpedo boat, V.4., the last Jutland wreck found. In March 2016.[/caption] Visiting Gert Normann Andersen's new Sea War Museum in Thyborøn, north Jutland (Denmark) with...

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Nick Jellicoe, visiting the stone commemorating the loss of HMS Indefatigable at the start of the battle of Jutland, at 16:02 on 31.5. 16.

17 Apr VISITING THE JUTLAND MEMORIAL PARK

  [caption id="attachment_33815" align="alignnone" width="300"] Nick Jellicoe, visiting the stone commemorating the loss of HMS Indefatigable at the start of the battle of Jutland, at 16:02 on 31.5. 16.[/caption]   Gert Normann Andersen showed Stefan Huck from the German Marine Museum and myself around the new Memorial Park...

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01 Feb COMMEMORATIVE JUTLAND STAMPS

[caption id="attachment_33143" align="alignnone" width="500"] The Jutland Centenary Commemorative stamps. Available from the Isle of Man Post Office.[/caption] The Isle of Man has just announced that they are printing a set of commemorative stamps on the occasion of the Centenary of the Battle of Jutland. Click here for...

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30 Dec REMEMBERING JUTLAND

  [caption id="attachment_33012" align="alignnone" width="300"] Burn victims from HMS Tiger after the Battle of Jutland. On board the hospital ship, HMHS Plassey. Courtesy of the National Museum of the Royal Navy, 1990_296_27.[/caption] The National Museum of the Royal Navy's JUTLAND IMPACT PROJECT will shortly be launching a...

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27 Nov MAYBE NOT THE MOST APPROPRIATE SALUTE TO THE WIESBADEN MEMORY?

[caption id="attachment_32926" align="alignnone" width="405"] The German navy training ship, the Gorch Fock.[/caption]   A  video captured the moment when the German navy’s training ship, the Gorch Fock, collided with a sea wall as she was coming back into Wilhelmshaven this Wednesday, November 27th. Unfortunately, it became unavailable almost immediately....

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