German Battle Cruiser SMS Seydlitz in dry dock, showing damage sustained during the Battle of Jutland. Wilhelmshaven, 14th June 1916.
Launched on 30th March 1912 and commissioned into the German Imperial Navy on the 22nd
May 1913, SMS Seydlitz participated in several naval battles during
World War I including the Battle of Jutland. The vessel was interned in
Scapa Flow with other vessels in the German High Seas Fleet in November
1918 and was scuttled on 21st June 1919.
HMS Superb, 1909
HMS Bellerophon was the lead ship of the Bellerophon class dreadnought.
HMS Iron Duke (foreground), 1939
HMS Iron Duke was a dreadnought battleship of the Royal Navy, the lead shipof her class, named in honour of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
Battlecruiser Seydlitz in the dock
An image of the 3rd Battle Cruiser Squadron taken from HMS Invincible. 1916
The picture was in the photo album belonging to Admiral Sir David Beatty
(Colourised by Royston Leonard)
Battle of Jutland may 31st, 1916