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Synonyms for Jutland

peninsula in northern Europe that forms the continental part of Denmark and a northern part of Germany

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'The Board of Directors of DI Eastern Jutland presents Terma with this year's Apprenticeship Award because the company has a strong focus on educating the talented employees of tomorrow,' says Anders Strange, Chairman of DI Eastern Jutland.
He recalled images of men falling to their deaths from HMS Kingfisher in the North Sea, during the battle of Jutland in 1916, when Henry was a 20-year-old air mechanic with the Royal Naval Air Service.
They fought at Jutland, were broken up in the same Scottish yard a week apart and I got to know the gunnery officer's grandson well," said Mr Jellicoe, of the Scapa Flow Centenary Initiative.
After Jutland follows Before Jutland, which defines the naval engagements in European waters in 1914-15, when the German High Sea Fleet faced the Grand Fleet in the North Sea and the Russian Fleet in the Baltic.
Commanded by Admiral Jellicoe the British fleet sailed from Scapa Flow, Cromarty Firth and Rosyth with Jellicoe commanding the ships from Scapa Flow, and Admiral Beatty, under Jellicoe, commanded the ships from Cromarty and Rosyth, all sailing east to meet off the Jutland Bank.
Several come from HMS Iron Duke, which was Admiral John Jellicoe's flagship at Jutland, including a pair of galleon-style bookends carved form teak from the dreadnought battleship.
Both combatants trod carefully in dealings with America --until after Jutland. Unrestricted submarine warfare attempted to blockade the blockader.
Nearby, Nicholas Jellicoe, grandson of Admiral Sis r John Jellicoe who led the British fleet at the Battle of Jutland 100 years ago, gave a talk at the Old Low Light heritage centre on North Shields Fish Quay.
(2) Following the earlier battles of the Falkland Islands and Dogger Bank, the epic battle of Jutland of 31 May and 1 June 1916 particularly sparked major debate within the ranks of the U.S.
The naval engagement known as the Battle of Jutland was a battle on the high seas fought by the British Royal Navy's Grand Fleet under Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, against the Imperial German Navy's High Seas Fleet under Vice-Admiral Reinhard Scheer during the First World War.
The stamps mark the Battle of the Somme and the Battle of Jutland, while munitions worker Charlotte Meade is pictured in her overalls.
THE memories of a young Walsall man who survived the Battle of Jutland have been revealed as its 100th anniversary is marked.
THOUSANDS of sailors who lost their lives in the Battle of Jutland were remembered yesterday in a series of events to mark the 100th anniversary of the naval encounter.
Guests and descendants later travelled by boat to Lyness Cemetery on the island of Hoy - the final resting place for more than 450 service personnel who died in the war, including sailors killed at Jutland.