Naval art prints of the battle of
Jutland, Battle of Jutland fought during World war One, between the
Royal navy and the German Imperial navy. These naval art prints painted
by the worlds leading Naval Artists, Ivan Berryman, Randall Wilson,
Anthony Saunders and Charles Dixon are available only direct from
Cranston Fine Arts
Battle of Jutland 31st may 1916.
Naval Battle which took place on the west coast of Jutland, Both the
Germans and the British claimed victory. The Germans because they sank
more ships. The British because the German High seas fleet would never
again venture from there ports for the rest of the war. The German
main fleet consisted of 16 Dreadnaught Battleships and 6 pre dreadnaught battleships, 11 Light Cruisers and 72 destroyers. The
British Fleet consisted of Admiral Jellicoe's fleet of 28 Dreadnaught
battleships and 3 battle cruisers and Admiral Beatty's force of 6 battle
cruisers and 4 fast battleships.
The Germans had planned to sail from the Baltic to the north sea with
the plan to engage the British Battle Cruisers in Norwegian waters. But
due to German radio messages being intercepted by the British the
British Grand fleet were alerted.
British Battleships and Cruisers at The Battle of Jutland
Light Cruisers. Active, Bellona, Birmingham, Birkenhead,
Boadicea, Calliope, Canturbury,
Caroline, Castor, Champion, Chester, Comus, Constance, Cordelia, Dublin,
Falmouth, Fearless, Galatea, Gloucester, Inconstant, Nottingham,
Phaeton, Royalist, Southampton, Yarmouth
- 1st Battle Squadron. HMS Iron Duke (Flagship), HMS Agincourt,
HMS Colossus, HMS Hercules, HMS Marlborough, HMS Neptune, HMS Revenge,
HMS St. Vincent.
- 2nd Battle Squadron. HMS King George V, HMS Ajax, HMS Centurion, HMS
Conqueror, HMS Erin, HMS Monarch, HMS Orion, HMS Thunderer.
- 4th Battle Squadron, HMS Royal Oak, HMS Bellerophon, HMS Benbow, HMS
Canada, HMS Superb, HMS Temeraire, HMS Vanguard
- 5th battle Squadron, HMS Valiant, HMS Barham, HMS Malaya, HMS
- 1st Battle-Cruiser Squadron, HMS Lion (Flagship, HMS
Princess Royal, HMS Queen Mary (Sunk) HMS Tiger
- 2nd battle-Cruiser Squadron. HMS Indefatigable
(Sunk) HMS New Zealand,
- 3rd battle-Cruiser Squadron, HMS Indomidable, HMS
Inflexible, HMS Invincible (Sunk)
- 1sr Cruiser Squadron, HMS Black Prince (Sunk), HMS
defence (Sunk) HMS Duke of Edinburgh, HMS Warrior (Sunk)
- 2nd Cruiser Squadron, HMS Cochrane, HMS Hampshire, HMS
Minotaur, HMS Shan
7 destroyers were lost from the
Flotillas, of 1st, 4th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th , and 13th Flotillas.
- 1st battle Squadron. Friedrich
der Grosse (Flagship) Heligoland, Nassau, Oldenburg, Ostfriesland, Posen,
Rheinland, Thuringen, Westfalen.
- 2nd Battle Squadron,
Deutschland, Hannover, Hessen Pommern
(sunk), Schlesen, Schleswig-Holstein
- 3rd Battle Squadron, Konig,
Grosser Kurfurst, Kaiser, Kaiserin, Kronprince William, Markgraf,
- Battle-Cruiser Squadron. Derflinger, Lutzow (sunk)
Moltke, Seydlitz, Von der Tan.
- Light Cruisers, Elbing
(Sunk) Frankfurt, Frauenlob (sunk), Hamburg, Muenchen, Pillau,
Regensburg, Rostock (sunk) Stettin, Stuttgart, Wiesbaden (Sunk)
2 Destroyers were lost from the
1st,2,d,3rd,5th,6th,7th and 9th Flotillas