Windy Corner, Jutland, 1916

Windy Corner, Jutland, 1916. Oil on canvas by William Henry Bishop. In collection of National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth.

Bishop, William Henry, b.1942; Windy Corner, Jutland, 1916

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The First Battlecruiser Squadron at the Battle of Jutland, 31 May 1916

The First Battlecruiser Squadron at the Battle of Jutland, 31 May 1916. Oil on canvas by D. W. Smith in collection of National Maritime Museum.

Smith, D. W., active early 20th C-mid-20th C; The First Battle Cruiser Squadron at the Battle of Jutland, 31 May 1916

Karte der Skagerrakschlacht/Map of Jutland, 1916

Skagerrakschlacht, Karte der Schiffsaufstellung

Scherl: Karte der Skagerrakschlacht 19378-31 [Herausgabenummer] ADN-ZB / Archiv: I. Weltkrieg 1914-18 Karte zur Skagerrakschlacht am 31.5. und in der Nacht zum 1.6.1916 zwischen der deutschen und der britischen Hochseeflotte. Der Ausgang der größten Seeschlacht des I. Weltkrieges blieb trotz der größeren britischen Verluste ohne strategische Bedeutung. 19378-31 [Herausgabenummer]

Royal Navy officers of the First World War

Royal Navy officers of the First World War, oil on canvas by Arthur Stockdale Cope.

NPG 1913; Naval Officers of World War I by Sir Arthur Stockdale Cope

The portrait depicts Edwyn Alexander-Sinclair, Robert Arbuthnot, David Beatty, Osmond Brock, Montague Browning, Cecil Burney, Walter Cowan, Christopher Cradock, John de Robeck, Doveton Sturdee, Hugh Evan-Thomas, William Goodenough, Horace Hood, John Rushworth Jellicoe, Roger Keyes, Arthur Leveson, Prince Louis of Battenburg, Charles Madden, Trevylyan Napier, William Pakenham, Reginald Tyrwhitt, and Rosslyn Wemyss.

Gold medal commemorating John Travers Cornwell

Gold medal commemorating John Travers Cornwell, Boy 1st Class, Royal Navy, for his service aboard HMS Chester at the Battle of Jutland. In collection of National Maritime Museum.

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Study of battlecruiser HMS Tiger by William Wyllie, 1916

Study of Royal Navy battlecruiser HMS Tiger by William Wyllie. Watercolour with graphite, c. 1916. Shown with her 13.5-inch guns at maximum elevation, trained to starboard. In collection of National Maritime Museum.

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Study of battlecruiser HMS Lion by William Wyllie, c. 1916-17

Study of Royal Navy battlecruiser HMS Lion by William Wyllie. Watercolour with graphite, c. 1916-17. Shown with her main armament (13.5-inch guns) trained to starboard. In collection of National Maritime Museum.

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