Why was the Battle of Jutland important?


Why was the Battle of Jutland important?

Naval Combat:

Battles involving navies are rarer than battles involving soldiers. However, battles involving navies can be far more decisive, often ending quickly and having major consequences.

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The Battle of Jutland, fought between the British and German navies in 1916, was important for several reasons. It was one of, and perhaps the,...

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World War One: On Land, at Sea & In the Air


Chapter 12 / Lesson 3

World War One was the first war in which mechanized warfare was carried out on a large scale, waged on land, at sea, and in the air. Learn how warfare was conducted with the new technologies that made it possible: in trenches, by airplane, and by submarine.

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