Why was the Battle of Jutland important?
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 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.