Battle of Jutland (1916)
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Some papers relate to the compilation of the official record of the Battle of Jutland
With a list of the papers compiled by David Erskine, 1980.
Also includes biographical material.
Photocopies of letters from the Revd. Anthony Hungerford Pollen RN, one of AHP's older brothers and a Naval chaplain serving on HMS Warspite at the Battle of Jutland. Filed together by Anthony Pollen with an original letter from R. G. Leigh to 'Bridget', dated 13th January 1930. With Anthony Pollen's notes and annotations on the letters.
Charles Marsden was Navigating Plotting Officer in HMS Southampton at the Battle of Jutland. He spent most of 31 May 1916 on the bridge of HMS Southampton and maintained the track chart. He was wounded during the action and the chart is marked with faint bloodstains.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, manuscripts of books, articles, lectures, broadcasts, preparatory notes, copies of original papers used in research, card indexes, subject files for the official naval history of the Second World War, press cuttings, microfilms and photographs.
'Blood money' (one ten shilling note and one sixpenny piece) paid to Midshipman (later Captain) A W Clarke.
Including diagrams of the battle, photographs of crew onboard HMS Valiant and cuttings from the Glasgow Herald, The Times and The Telegraph. Copy of "The Battle of Jutland Bank: The Dispatches of Admiral Sir John Jellicoe and Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty"”
Wartime articles kept by A.H.P.'s secretary.
Includes: schedule of decyphers held by Room 40 OB, Admiralty; Patrick Beesly's papers on cryptographic intelligence, German and British, 1981.
Photographs relating to the Battle of Jutland and correspondence on Fawcett's account of the battle.