The battle of Jutland

Kipling, Rudyard
August 2017
Battle of Jutland;8/1/2017, p1
Presents a description of the Battle of Jutland of May 31, 1916, a naval battle of World War I. Initial rounds of the battle; Sinking of the British ship Gehenna, and heavy damage to British ship Eblis; Closing comments.


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