The Opening and Closing Sequences of the Battle of Jutland 1916 Re‐examined: archaeological investigations of the wrecks of HMS Indefatigable and SMS V4

@article{Mccartney2017TheOA,
  title={The Opening and Closing Sequences of the Battle of Jutland 1916 Re‐examined: archaeological investigations of the wrecks of HMS Indefatigable and SMS V4},
  author={Innes Mccartney},
  journal={International Journal of Nautical Archaeology},
  year={2017},
  volume={46},
  pages={317 - 329}
}
  • Innes Mccartney
  • Published 1 September 2017
  • Biology
  • International Journal of Nautical Archaeology
Abstract This paper presents the findings from surveys carried out in March 2016 of two wrecks sunk during the Battle of Jutland. The remains of HMS Indefatigable had previously only been partially understood. SMS V4, was found and surveyed for the first time. They represent the first and last ships sunk and allow the timings of the opening and closing of the battle to be established. In the case of HMS Indefatigable, the discovery that the ship broke in two, seemingly unnoticed, substantially… 

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