The following museums in Britain, Germany and Denmark will be hosting major exhibitions on Jutland itself or the seawar of which Jutland was a key moment. Alphabetically, these are listed below. You can click to get further information or link to their sites.
The museum was opened on September 15th, 2015. It tells the story of four years of war in the North Sea with focus on the Battle of Jutland. The battle took place so close to the Danish coast that the rumble of the guns was heard on the very spot in Thyboron, where the museum is situated.
Discover the world's largest maritime museum, filled with inspirational stories of exploration and endeavour at sea and packed to the gunwales with intriguing objects and fascinating galleries.
The National Museum of the Royal Navy is not only based in Portsmouth, there are also a number of affilitated museums around Great Britain under the same umbrella.
Explosion, is the Royal Navy’s museum dedicated to Naval firepower.
The Fleet Air Arm Museum, Somerset; Europe's largest naval aviation collection of helicopters and fixed wing aircraft, the flying arm of the Royal Navy.
The German Naval Museum at Wilhelmshaven is in the old dock area where many of the ships of the German navy were built. Outside lies the starboard barrel of SMS Seydlitz damaged at Jutland.
The project had been lucky enough to have the benefit of the collective wisdom and experience of an international group of well-renowned authors and academics, all of whom have contributed to not only encouraging the project’s advance, but also constructively critiquing the work.
Pulizter prize-winning author of Castles of Steel, Dreadnought and several books on Russia’s Imperial family.
American naval historian and author of Hipper. The Inconvenient Hero. He is also adding another book on Jutland.
Author of the seminal study on Jutland gunnery (Dreadnought Gunnery and the Battle of Jutland: The Question of Fire Control) and the upcoming The Battle of Jutland.
Author and former Commanding Officer, German Armed Forces Military History Research Office (MGFA), Potsdam.
Head of the German Bundeswehr’s Center for Military Research. Author of Tirpitz. Achitect of the German High Seas Fleet. He has just published Jutland: World War I's Greatest Naval Battle with Jörg Hillman.
Granddaughter of Admiral Jellicoe, winner of the prestigeous Anderson prize for England’s Medieval Navy 1066-1509. VP, Navy Records Society.
British naval historian and author of Fleet to Fleet Encounters and The Royal Navy Since 1815.
Based at the Defence Science & Technology Group, Canberra and author of A Unified Model of Maritime Command and Control.
A lot of people contributed their time and expertise to the project, far beyond the remuneration they received. Because they completely got and shared my passion. Thank you all.
In alphabetical order
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Andrew’s team offers you specialist editing services, OCR, conversion to eBooks, image editing and transcription.
But his real unique and invaluable asset on the Jutland project is that Andrew is one of the few people in Europe who had the knowledge and experience to work with Abbyy Software to scan old Gothic Fraktur German text and translate it into contemporary German text.
Sincere thanks to the following individuals, institutions, authors and web sites for their support to this moment. The launch of the Jutland Centenary Initiative website.
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