Navy actions and battle of World War I fought at North Sea, featuring Battle of Jutland
North Sea Date:1916 Duration:3 min 32 sec Sound:Yes
Fleet of German warships in the North Sea during World War I. Views of ships in fleet and views on deck of German warships. German officers on deck of warship. British fleet of ships advancing to intercept the German fleet. Admiral Beatty on deck of British warship beside gunners preparing to attack German ships. Firing through deck guns and gun turrets. Destroyer ships attack using torpedoes and guns. Many explosions and smoking ships during Battle of Jutland. Some German ships sinking during battle. A large German warship rolling over belly up before sinking due to bombardment. Heavy battleships of Admiral Jellicoe engage German navy ships. SMS König attacked by British ships. Several months later, in January 1917, British Navy sailors pass in review before King George V aboard the HMS Repulse as the King recognizes the Royal Navy for its actions in the Battle of Jutland. King George V aboard HMS Repulse presents medals to officers and stands atop main gun turret as he is cheered and saluted by British Navy sailors.
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