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The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
The battle of jutland
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  • 1. Midshipmen Muhammad Shafiq Ridzuan bin Mohd Fadzil NDUM Year Two 10th August 2011 1BERILMU MEMIMPIN BERKORBAN
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  • 3.  Introduction . Who involve in the battle? Their goal and tactic used. Who won the battle? Lesson learned. 3
  • 4.  Also called the Battle of the Skagerrak by the Germans Took place in the North Sea off the coast of Jutland (Denmark) Occurred over two days: May 31 and June 1, 1916 4
  • 5.  First and the only full scale battleship clash during WW I Involving the German High Seas Fleet and the British Grand Fleet 5
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  • 7. Naval ConfrontationBritish Royal Navy German Imperial Grand Fleet Navy High Seas Fleet 7
  • 8. Reinhard Scheer, German fleet commanderJohn Jellicoe, British fleet commander David Beatty, commander of the Franz Hipper, commander of the British battle cruiser squadron German battle cruiser squadron 8
  • 9. High Sea Fleet Grand Fleet◦ Defeat portions of the Grand Fleet in small engagements Avoid German mines and torpedo boats near the coast.◦ Disrupt the Grand Fleet formation Destroy High Seas Fleet in a large engagement.◦ Lure Beatty’s fleet towards the Germany Main Fleet 9
  • 10. • Principle of ‘Concentration of Force’ - Allowing relatively easy maneuvering - Ease the passing of the signals necessary for command and control. - The fleet can change its heading faster 1 0
  • 11. Crossing the T 11
  • 12. Crossing the T-Almost all the guns of the Grand Fleet could be brought tobear on the German ships-Only the forward guns of the High Seas Fleet could fire atthe British-Ships further back in the German line could not reach theBritish ships with their guns 12
  • 13. • Ends in a tactical draw - German failed to annihilate a portion of the British Grand fleet -Most of the German’s ship had been destroyed -British failed to destroy the German completely -British lost more ship than the German 13
  • 14. Strength British GermanDreadnoughts 28 16preDreadnoughts 0 6Battle cruisers 9 5Armored cruisers 8 0Light cruisers 26 11Destroyers 78 61Seaplane carrier 1 0Mine sweeper 1 0 14
  • 15. Losses British GermanDreadnoughts 0 0preDreadnoughts 0 1Battle cruisers 3 1Light cruisers 0 4Armored cruisers 4 0Destroyers 8 5Men 6094 2551 15
  • 16. • Controversy - Jellicoe was criticized - The controversy raged for a decade - Jellicoe promoted to the First Sea Lord - Beatty replace Jellicoe as the Fleet Commander 16
  • 17.  Importance of good education- tactical planning Leadership is important in every leader. The importance of making a good decision. 17
  • 18. Q&A 18BERILMU MEMIMPIN BERKORBAN

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