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Jutland scandal

Reginald Bacon

Jutland scandal

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Published by Hutchinson & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jutland, Battle of, 1916.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon ... with 42 diagrams.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD582.J8 B3 1925
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 159, [1] p.
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL242222M
    LC Control Numberca 25000753
    OCLC/WorldCa9920613


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Together, these two books lay bare the facts about Jutland and reveal the failings of senior officers and the distortions of the early historians. Produced as one volume for the first time, this book tells the truth about the scandal that developed following the largest battle ever fought at sea.

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This led to Admiral Bacon producing his own account of the battle, called The Jutland Scandal, in Two years later the man instructed to write the official report, Rear-Admiral Harper, decided to publish his account independently, under the title The Truth about Jutland.

“The Jutland Scandal” by Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon, is an old volume dating back to which ventilates some of the more ridiculous notions about the Battle of Jutland that were first mooted most prominently by Winston Churchill for the benefit of Admiral David Beatty at the expense of Admirals John Jellicoe and Hugh Evan-Thomas.5/5(3).

“The Jutland Scandal” by Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon, is a 90 year old look at the Battle of Jutland and has a decidedly different view than that of Admiral David Beatty. Bacon falls more into the Admirals John Jellicoe camp, as far as the history goes/5.

Together, these two books lay bare the facts about Jutland and reveal the failings of senior officers and the distortions of the early historians. Produced as one volume for the first time, this book tells the truth about the scandal that developed following the largest battle ever fought at : $   Introduced and explained by John Grehan, this is a reprint of two books, now gathered into in one volume: 1.

‘The Truth about Jutland’, by Rear Admiral JET Harper, (90pp) and 2. ‘The Jutland Scandal’ by Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon, Jutland Scandal, Hardcover by Harper, J. T., ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US This hard-hitting and critical book is the accounts of two officers who decided to tell the truth.

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London, Hutchinson & co. [] (OCoLC) Document Type. The Jutland Scandal: The Truth about the First World War’s Greatest Sea Battle Vice-Admiral John Harper Two high-ranking officers defied the British Admiralty to tell the tale of World War I’s first naval battle against Germany.

‘The Jutland Scandal’ comprises a reprint of two books: ‘The Truth About Jutland’ by John Harper and ‘The Jutland Scandal’ by Reginald Bacon.

These books were first published in May and January respectively (which extended to three impressions for Harper’s book and five for Bacon) to refute the reputational assaults on. The Jutland Scandal: The Truth About The First World War's Greatest Sea Battle by Harper, J.

T./ Bacon, Reginald Two high-ranking officers defied the British Admiralty to tell the tale of World War I's first naval battle against Royal Navy had ruled the sea unchallenged for one hundred years since Nelson triumphed at Trafalgar. The Jutland Scandal -- Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon KCB, KCVO, DSO -- Author\'s notes -- Chapter 1.

The First Essential -- Chapter 2. Nelson and his Times -- Chapter 3. Ships, Guns, Torpedoes, Armour, Projectiles, Submarines and Mines -- Chapter 4. A Few Simple Manoeuvres -- Chapter 5. General Description of the Battle of Jutland -- Chapter 6. Two important analyses of the crucial WWI naval battle that took place off the coast of Denmark inThe Truth About Jutland() by Vice-Admiral Harper and The Jutland Scandal() by.

The public waited for the official histories of the battle to be released to learn the truth, but month after month went by with the Admiralty promising, but failing, to publish an account of Jutland.

Questions were raised in Parliament (twenty-two times), yet still no official report was produced, due to objections from Admiral Beatty. show more. It was on the back of this that Bacon then wrote a full-length book, The Jutland Scandal, to refute both Young and – as it happened – Winston Churchill, who had also been critical of Jellicoe and who Bacon described as writing ‘from his armchair in the clear atmosphere of his library.’.

The Jutland scandal: the truth about the First World War's greatest sea battle. [John E T Harper] This hard-hitting and critical book is the accounts of two officers who decided to tell the truth.

Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects. It is this smoke screen which has been raised by a section of the Press to prevent the British public from learning the truth about Jutland that constitutes the scandal regarding that battle and furnishes the reason for writing this Rating: % positive.

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Family. Reginald was born at Wiggonholt in West Sussex, the son of the parish rector, Rev. Thomas Bacon, and his wife, Lavinia Emma, the daughter of George Shaw of Teignmouth in Thomas was the nephew of the industrialist, Anthony Bushby Bacon of Elcot Park in Berkshire and the grand-uncle of the historian, Emma Elizabeth Thoyts, of Sulhamstead House, also in Berkshire.

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In the early 21st century it is impossible to read this volume without being reminded of the story of the "dodgy dossier" of evidence about Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq. These two books are published as one volume for the first time, in this The Jutland Scandal. Jutland: the Unfinished Battle by Nicholas Jellicoe This modern book not only re-tells the story of the battle from both a British and German perspective based on the latest research but it helps clarify the context of Germany’s inevitable naval clash.

(anonymous) Narrative of the Battle of Jutland HMSO Also known as the "Admiralty Narrative", this was officially released to the public - it is the bowdlerized version of the Naval Staff Appreciation, of which only a handful of copies remain.

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The most important secondary sources were Bacon's Jutland Scandal, Corbett's Official History of the War: Naval. Operatj ons, Churchill's World Crisis,Gibson and Harper's Riddle of Jutland, Frost's Battle of Jutland, Chalmers's Life and Letters of David, Earl Beatty, Harnett's Swordbearers, Bennett's The Battle of Jutland, Marder's.Cook Books Czecho-Slovakia Eddie Rickenbacker Ernest Hemingway Espionage Fashion Fiction Fiction & Poetry Food French History Gallipoli Gas Warfare General History German History Graphic Novels Halloween Harry Truman Irish History Italian History J.R.R.

Tolkien Japanese History John Dos Passos John Pershing Journalism Jutland Mata Hari Medicine.Jutland has historically been one of the three lands of Denmark, the other two being Scania and that, according to Ptolemy, Jutland or the Cimbric Chersonese was the home of Teutons, Cimbri and Charudes.

Many Angles, Saxons and Jutes migrated from Continental Europe to Great Britain starting around AD. The Angles gave their name to the new emerging kingdoms called .