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THE FIRST WORLD WAR AT SEAS IN PHOTOGRAPHS - 1916

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For the navies of Britain and Germany, 1916 would be the defining year of the First World War. Against a background of the evacuation of the Dardanelles, blockades in the North Sea and submarine attacks around the coasts of Europe, the British Grand Fleet and the German High Seas Fleet met in the North Sea on 31 May 1916 and slugged it out for supremacy. With both sides claiming victory, Jutland ended as a draw. Nonetheless, neither fleet would venture out in force again for the duration.


Phil Carradice takes us through the First World War at sea in photographs, showing us the horror of war, as well as images of day to day life, and telling the story of the greatest sea battle of the conflict.

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