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Jutland Collection

Background imageJutland Collection: HMS Warspite, British battleship, WW1

HMS Warspite, British battleship, WW1
HMS Warspite, a Queen Elizabeth-class battleship, launched 1913. She served during the First World War, taking part in the Battle of Jutland (1916), and also served throughout the Second World War

Background imageJutland Collection: John Jack Travers Cornwell, Battle of Jutland

John Jack Travers Cornwell, Battle of Jutland
John Jack Travers Cornwell (1900-1916), posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for his bravery on HMS Chester during the Battle of Jutland

Background imageJutland Collection: Lion Leads in Jutland

Lion Leads in Jutland
HMS Lion leads the battle- cruisers into the fray at the Battle of Jutland

Background imageJutland Collection: HMS Lion hit, Battle of Jutland, WW1

HMS Lion hit, Battle of Jutland, WW1
Scene during the Battle of Jutland, in the North Sea near Denmark, during the First World War, showing the British battlecruiser HMS Lion being hit on the Q turret

Background imageJutland Collection: HMS Indefatigable, Battle of Jutland, WW1

HMS Indefatigable, Battle of Jutland, WW1
HMS Indefatigable, British battlecruiser, launched 1909, served during the First World War. Seen here going into action during the Battle of Jutland, on the day she was sunk. 31 May 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: Admiral Sir John Jellicoe - British Royal Navy - WWI

Admiral Sir John Jellicoe - British Royal Navy - WWI
Admiral of the Fleet John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe (1859-1935) - British Royal Navy - WWI. Commanded the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland

Background imageJutland Collection: HMS Indefatigable sinking, Battle of Jutland, WW1

HMS Indefatigable sinking, Battle of Jutland, WW1
HMS Indefatigable, British battlecruiser, launched 1909, served during the First World War, seen here sinking during the Battle of Jutland. Date: 31 May 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: Admiral Sir John Jellicoe on board HMS Iron Duke

Admiral Sir John Jellicoe on board HMS Iron Duke
Admiral Sir John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe (1859-1935), British Royal Navy admiral. He commanded the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland (1916) during the First World War

Background imageJutland Collection: German fighting ship in Battle of Jutland, WW1

German fighting ship in Battle of Jutland, WW1
One of Germanys greatest fighting ships in the Battle of Jutland, First World War. 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: Night scene, Battle of Jutland, WW1

Night scene, Battle of Jutland, WW1
Night scene during the Battle of Jutland, First World War, showing the German ship, SMS Thuringen, with its searchlights on a British ship. Date: 31 May 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: Battle of Jutland

Battle of Jutland
A scene depicting an action during the Battle of Jutland, 31st May 1916. William Lionel Wyllie, Ra Ri Re, (1851-1931)

Background imageJutland Collection: Victoria Cross - Lieutenant William Leefe Robinson

Victoria Cross - Lieutenant William Leefe Robinson
Victoria Cross posthumously awarded to John Travers Cornwell (1900-1916) - for his gallantry at the Battle of Jutland. Cornwell was a Boy Seaman First Class on H.M.S Chester

Background imageJutland Collection: Loss of Queen Mary, Jutland

Loss of Queen Mary, Jutland
The battle cruiser Queen Mary explodes during the Battle of Jutland, World War One

Background imageJutland Collection: British Act at Jutland

British Act at Jutland
British warships Royal Oak, Acasta, Benbow, Superb and Canada in action at the Battle of Jutland

Background imageJutland Collection: The Lectern - Talerstolen - at Skamlingsbanken, Denmark

The Lectern - Talerstolen - at Skamlingsbanken, Denmark
The Lectern (Talerstolen) at Skamlingsbanken, a large hill located in Vejstrup Parish, Jutland, Denmark, between Kolding and Christiansfeld

Background imageJutland Collection: Republic F-84G Thunderjet 23057 - KP-X - A-057

Republic F-84G Thunderjet 23057 - KP-X - A-057
Republic F-84G-31-RE Thunderjet 23057 - KP-X - A-057 (msn 3150-1976B, ex 52-3057), formerly of the Royal Danish Air Force, at Danks Veteranflysamling, Stauning Airport, Ringkobing, Jutland

Background imageJutland Collection: HMS Boadicea - a Boadicea-Class scout cruiser

HMS Boadicea - a Boadicea-Class scout cruiser
Royal Navy - HMS Boadicea, a Boadicea-Class scout cruiser built for the Royal Navy in the first decade of the 20th century

Background imageJutland Collection: DENMARK. Alborg. Lindholm Hoje Viking Cemetery

DENMARK. Alborg. Lindholm Hoje Viking Cemetery. Burial site and settlement of Iron Age and Viking Age. 5th-11th c. Grave of man in form of stone ship. Iron Age. Architecture

Background imageJutland Collection: GERMAN SACRIFICES

GERMAN SACRIFICES
An ancient German priestess from the Jutland region waits with her knife as captured enemies are brought to be sacrificed beneath the sacred oak

Background imageJutland Collection: Admiral Hans Zenker, German naval officer

Admiral Hans Zenker, German naval officer
Admiral Hans Zenker (1870-1932), German naval officer. He took part in the Battle of Jutland during the First World War. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageJutland Collection: Bronze Age. Four interlaced plaits. From Farup at Vindum, ce

Bronze Age. Four interlaced plaits. From Farup at Vindum, central Jutland. C. 350 BC. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: H. M. S. Indefatigable

H. M. S. Indefatigable
The Indefatigable was launched in 1909, lead ship of the Royal Navy Indefatigable battlecruiser class. She was sunk at the Battle of Jutland in 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: H. M. S. Fearless

H. M. S. Fearless
An Active class scout cruiser of the Royal Navy, the Fearless was launched in 1912 and in World War One led the 1st Destroyer Flotilla in the Battles of Heligoland Blight, 1914, and Jutland 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: H. M. S. Colossus

H. M. S. Colossus
HMS Colossus, a British dreadnought launched in 1910 and commissioned in 1911, becoming the flagship of the 1st Battle Squadron at the commencement of World War in 1914

Background imageJutland Collection: S. M. S. Prinzregent Luitpold

S. M. S. Prinzregent Luitpold
Launched in 1912, the SMS Prinzregent Luitpold was a German Imperial Navy battleship of the Kaiser class. It took part in the Battle of Jutland, 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: German battleship, Battle of Jutland, WW1

German battleship, Battle of Jutland, WW1
German battleship during the Battle of Jutland, First World War, with guns firing and shell cases scattered on the deck. Date: 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: The Golden Horns of Gallehus. North of Mogeltonder, Southern

The Golden Horns of Gallehus. North of Mogeltonder, Southern
The Golden Horns of Gallehus, discovered in Gallehus, north of Mogeltonder, Southern Jutland, Denmark. The horns date to the early 5th century, the beginning of the Germanic Iron Age

Background imageJutland Collection: Grave goods from Dollerup in Jutland. Two drinking horns wit

Grave goods from Dollerup in Jutland. Two drinking horns wit
Grave goods from a rich double burial of a magnate and his wife found at Dollerup in Jutland. In the womans grave lay two drinking horns with bronze mountings. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Prehistory. The Early Iron Age. The Dejbjerg Wagon. 50 BC. N

Prehistory. The Early Iron Age. The Dejbjerg Wagon. 50 BC. N
Prehistory. The Early Iron Age. The Dejbjerg Wagon. Carriage sacrificed in a west Jutland. Ceremonial carriages. Probably made in central Europe by Celtic artisans. 50 BC. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Folding chair in ash wood. Second half of 1400 BC. Bronze Ag

Folding chair in ash wood. Second half of 1400 BC. Bronze Age. Guldhoj barrow, Southern Jutland. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Objects from Skeldal, central Jutland. 2000-1700 BC

Objects from Skeldal, central Jutland. 2000-1700 BC
Local made and imported objects from Skeldal, central Jutland. Bracelets, axes and necklaces. 2000-1700 BC. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Bronze Age. Hair in the form of braided locks was also sacri

Bronze Age. Hair in the form of braided locks was also sacrifice in the bogs. Sometimes several plaits were tied together. These deposits can be seen as both small and large sacrifices

Background imageJutland Collection: Prehistoric. Art. Metal Age. Male figure of oak, from Brodde

Prehistoric. Art. Metal Age. Male figure of oak, from Broddenbjerg Bog, central Jutland. Sacrifices of pots must have taken place around the wooden figure

Background imageJutland Collection: Bronze Age. Belt ornaments. 700-500 A. C. National Museum of

Bronze Age. Belt ornaments. 700-500 A. C. National Museum of
Prehistoric. Art. Metal Age. Belt ornaments. Located : bog from Jutlandia, Denmark. 700-500 a.C. Bronze Age. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Bronze Age. Belt ornaments, arm rings, a neck ring. Fardal

Bronze Age. Belt ornaments, arm rings, a neck ring. Fardal
Prehistory. Art. Metal Age. Bronze Age. Belt ornaments, arm rings, a neck ring. from a gravel hill at Fardal, central Jutland. 900-700 BC. National Museum of Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Metal Age. Cinerary urn. 700-500 BC. Museum of Denmark. Cope

Metal Age. Cinerary urn. 700-500 BC. Museum of Denmark. Cope
Prehistory. Metal Age. Cinerary urn with snake. Eastern Jutland. Denmark. 700-500 BC. Museum of Denmark. Copenhaguen

Background imageJutland Collection: Bronze Age. Several womens ornaments and some bronze figure

Bronze Age. Several womens ornaments and some bronze figure
Prehistory. Bronze Age. Several womens ornaments and some bronze figures. Are furnished with pegs. C. 800 BC. Fardal, central Jutland. Denmark. Museum of Denmark. Copenhaguen

Background imageJutland Collection: Flat hoe axes of greenstone. 7500-5500 BC. Denmark

Flat hoe axes of greenstone. 7500-5500 BC. Denmark
Flat hoe axes of greenstone. 7500-5500 BC. From Danish islands and Jutland. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Bone combs from Jutland. 5000-4500 BC

Bone combs from Jutland. 5000-4500 BC
Bone combs from Ertebolle, Mejlgard and Brabrand in Jutland. 5000-4500 BC. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Harpoons. 6500-4000 BC. Denmark

Harpoons. 6500-4000 BC. Denmark
Harpoons of deer antler for hunting small whales and seals. 6500-4000 BC. From Zealand coasts and fjords of Eastern Jutland. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageJutland Collection: Short Type 184 was used in the the Dardinelles in 1915

Short Type 184 was used in the the Dardinelles in 1915 and the Battle of Jutland in 1916

Background imageJutland Collection: Funeral of Jack Cornwell, V. C in East Ham

Funeral of Jack Cornwell, V. C in East Ham
The funeral cortege of Jack Cornwell V.C. leaving East Ham Town Hall and progressing down the High Street towards Manor Park Cemetery where he was buried

Background imageJutland Collection: A coal-scuttle made from two types of shell cases

A coal-scuttle made from two types of shell cases (one a 2 pounder) and a naval button with the engraved inscription - HMS Maenad, Jutland, 31st May 1916. HMS Maenad was a Moon (M) class destroyer

Background imageJutland Collection: Ranges of naval artillery by G. H. Davis

Ranges of naval artillery by G. H. Davis
From Culverin to 16-inch gun: ranges of naval artillery. From the Armada to the Battle of Jutland: the progressive increase in the range of guns and the size of projectiles. Date: 1939

Background imageJutland Collection: Admiral of the Fleet - Earl Jellicoe

Admiral of the Fleet - Earl Jellicoe
Admiral of the Fleet John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe (18591935) - British Royal Navy admiral who commanded the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland in World War I. Date: 1926

Background imageJutland Collection: H. M. S. Shark

H. M. S. Shark
The Shark was one of twenty ships in the Royal Navy K class of destroyers (previously designated as Acasta class). She was torpedoed and sunk during the Battle of Jutland, 1916 Date: 1914

Background imageJutland Collection: Daytime scene, Battle of Jutland, WW1

Daytime scene, Battle of Jutland, WW1
Daytime scene during the Battle of Jutland, First World War. The German ships, from left to right, are: Wiesbaden, Derfflinger, Frauenlob, Pommern, Elbing, Rostock, and Lutzow. Date: 31 May 1916



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