2 edition of Report of Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa ... found in the catalog.
Report of Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa ...
Great Britain. Admiralty.
Issued as Canada. Parliament - Sessional paper No. 61, 10 George V, A. 1920.
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Admiral Jellicoe, commander in chief of the Grand Fleet, kept the main body of the fleet, the Battle Force (BF), operating out of Scapa Flow, Scotland, toward the northern end of the North Sea. Jellicoe would sortie the BF into the North Sea whenever he thought the High Seas Fleet might venture out from its . In late February Admiral of the Fleet John Jellicoe, Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa Flow, embarked on a mission for the British government to assess and advise on the future direction of naval policy in the Dominions and British India.
Jellicoe (Admiral Viscount of Scapa).- THE GRAND FLEET - PRESENTATION COPY FROM PRINCE GEORGE (LATER KING GEORGE V) bookplate of Sir Charles Cust on front pastedown, folding maps, publisher's cloth, a little worn, 8vo. Book: The Grand Fleet , Its creation & development by Admiral Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa. 1st edition. HB pp. Additional maps, etc., in rear sleeve. The Grand Fleet was the main fleet of the British Royal Navy during the First World War. It was formed in August from the First Fleet and elements of the Second Fleet of the Home Fleets and it included 35–40 state-of-the Seller Rating: % positive.
It was initially commanded by Admiral Sir John Jellicoe. He was succeeded Admiral Sir David Beatty in The Grand Fleet was based in Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands and only took part in one fleet action during the war, the indecisive Battle of Jutland. After the war the Grand Fleet was disbanded with much of its strength forming a new Atlantic Fleet. (T)Author: Admiral Viscount Jellicoe. In Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa Flow toured the Empire to make recommensdtions on the composition of the Dominion navies. For Canada, he recommended two options. One was a self-defence force composed of three light cruisers and supporting ships.
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Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe. and Canada. Parliament. Report of Admiral of the Fleet Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa on naval mission to the Dominion of Canada, November-December J.
de Labroquerie Ottawa, Ont Australian/Harvard Citation. Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe. & Canada. Parliament. Naval defence: report of Admiral of the Fleet, Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa on naval mission to the Commonwealth of Australia (May-August, ). Vol. 1 Book.
errata to report of admiral of the fleet viscount jellicoe of scapa, g.c.b., on naval mission to the commonwealth of australia, (may—august, ) vol. ADMIRAL VISCOUNT JELLICOE OF SCAPA G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O. Harvard University Library As is well known, the Grand Fleet was moved to Scapa Flow during the latter days of July,and the defenceless condition of the Base, both against destroyer attack and submarine attack, was brought very strongly into prominence by the presence of so.
Report of the Admiral of the Fleet[,] viscount Jellicoe of Scapa on Naval mission to the Dominion of Canada. Ripon millenary, a record of the festival. Also a history of the city, arranged under its wakemen and mayors from the year The great majority of the really effective ships in the Grand Fleet were the outcome of the policy initiated by Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher of Silverstone when he took up the appointment of First Sea Lord in in the Administration of the Earl of Selborne.
The grand fleet, its creation, development and work / by Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe, Earl, [ Book: ]. Thank you Peter for making the pdf available of Jellicoe’s book “The Grand Fleet Its Creation, Development and Work; Admiral Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa ”.
It is a most informative account of the strategy involving the fleet and its bases by the man who was in charge. Inthe office of First Lord of the Admiralty was abolished, the last holder being the second Earl Jellicoe, the son of Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe, and the functions of the Sea Lords were then transferred to the Admiralty Board, which forms part of the tri Appointer: Prime Minister, Subject to formal approval by.
It was initially commanded by Admiral Sir John Jellicoe. He was succeeded Admiral Sir David Beatty in The Grand Fleet was based in Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands and only took part in one fleet action during the war - the indecisive Battle of Jutland.
Jellicoe, whose official title was Admiral Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa, authored several books, including The Grand Fleet, The Crisis of the Naval War and The Battle of Jutland Bank. Selections of these many sources will be presented here with an emphasis on major events and issues.
The Grand Fleet - Its Creation, Development and Work by Admiral Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa. Cassell & Co, 3rd Imp. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Heavy, may require extra postage outside South Africa. edge wear on boards. thorough foxing and marks. complete with all plates, foldout maps and pages. binding has been neatly repaired.
fairly good condition.[SN]. Nicholas Jellicoe's life is steeped in British naval tradition. His grandfather, Sir John Jellicoe, commanded the Grand Fleet at Jutland while his father, George, was a minister of defense for the Royal Navy and the last man to hold the time-honored post of First Lord of the Admiralty/5(5).
Admiral Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa. covers show some rubbing around edges, small spot on front cover, paper spine label rubbed. foldouts etc present in rear pouch along with as new 'replacement' paper spine title label Size: 6 3/8 x 9 5/8 ".
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Admiral John Jellicoe, in command of the British Grand Fleet, held the fate of the British Empire in his hands. A significant defeat by Admiral Scheer, commander of the German High Seas Fleet, would have resulted in command of the seas passing to the Central Powers. Great Britain would have been exposed to blockade, bombardment, raids and invasion.
It was created, along with the subsidiary title Viscount Brocas, of Southampton in the County of Southampton, on 29 June for Admiral of the Fleet John Jellicoe, 1st Viscount Jellicoe, on his return from being Governor-General of New Zealand, with remainder to the heirs male of his holder: John Jellicoe, 1st Viscount Jellicoe.
NAVAL MISSION TO THE DOMINION OF NEW ZEALAND. REPORT OF ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET VISCOUNT JELLICOE OF SCAPA, G.C.B., O.M., C.C.V.O. AUGUST-OCTOBER, Presented to both Houses of the General Assembly by Command of His Excellency.
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Jellicoe (Admiral Viscount of Scapa). The Grand Fleet Its Creation, Development and Work, 2nd imp., February,b & w illusts.
from photos, folding plans and diags., orig. cloth gilt, a little worn at head and foot of spine, thick 8vo, together with James (W.M.), The Naval History of Great Britain During the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 6 vols., Conway Maritime Press.
It was initially commanded by Admiral Sir John Jellicoe. He was succeeded by Admiral Sir David Beatty in December The Grand Fleet was based first at Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands and later at Rosyth on the Firth of Forth and took part in the biggest fleet /5(45).Winton, John [Jellicoe, Admiral Viscount of Scapa [Admiral of the Fleet John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe, GCB, OM, GCVO, SGM (5 December - 20 November ) was a Royal Navy officer].
Publicado por Published by Michael Joseph Ltd., 44 Bedford Square, London First Edition. The Crisis of the Naval War By ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET VISCOUNT JELLICOE OF SCAPA G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O.
With 8 Plates and 6 Charts CONTENTS. 1. ADMIRALTY ORGANIZATION: THE CHANGES IN 2. SUBMARINE CAMPAIGN IN THE EARLY PART OF (CONTAINED IN THE POCKET AT THE END OF THE BOOK) A. Approach Areas and Typical Routes.