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Failaka/Dilmun: The Second Millennum Settlements Volume 2: The Bronze Age Pottery (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 2)

Failaka/Dilmun: The Second Millennum Settlements Volume 2: The Bronze Age Pottery (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 2)ASIN: 8772880457 /
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  • Illerup Adal: Die Lanzen und Speere (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 1 & 2)

    Illerup Adal: Die Lanzen und Speere (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 1 & 2)ASIN: 8772880570 /
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  • ASIN: 8772880570
  • Part No: 1800 illustrations, index

    Invoking the Spirits: Fieldwork on the Material and Spiritual Life of the Hunter-Gatherers Mlabri in Northern Thailand (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY)

    Invoking the Spirits: Fieldwork on the Material and Spiritual Life of the Hunter-Gatherers Mlabri in Northern Thailand (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY)ASIN: 8788415473 /
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  • Illerup Adal, 9-10: Die Schilde (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 9)

    Illerup Adal, 9-10: Die Schilde (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 9)ASIN: 8788415112 /
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  • Part No: illustrations

    Grauballe Man: An Iron Age Bog Body Revisited (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY)

    Grauballe Man: An Iron Age Bog Body Revisited (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY)ASIN: 8788415295 /
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  • Part No: b/w & colour photos

    Failaka/Dilmun 2nd Mill. settlements Vol 1: 1 The Stamp and Cylinde (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 1)

    Failaka/Dilmun 2nd Mill. settlements Vol 1: 1 The Stamp and Cylinde (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 1)ASIN: 8788415066 /
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  • Illerup Adal, vols. 11-12: Die Schwerter und die Schwertscheiden, 11: Textband; 12: Katalog, Tafeln und Fundlisten (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 11 & 12)

    Illerup Adal, vols. 11-12: Die Schwerter und die Schwertscheiden, 11: Textband; 12: Katalog, Tafeln und Fundlisten (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 11 & 12)ASIN: 8788415384 /
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  • Part No: b/w illus & tables

    Music in Bahrain (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY)

    Music in Bahrain (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY)ASIN: 8788415198 /
  • ASIN: 8788415198
  • The Island of Umm-an-Nar Volume 1: Third Millennium Graves (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 1)

    The Island of Umm-an-Nar Volume 1: Third Millennium Graves (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) (v. 1)ASIN: 8772885610 /
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  • ASIN: 8772885610
  • Illerup Adal: Archaeology as a Magic Mirro (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY)

    Illerup Adal: Archaeology as a Magic Mirro (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY)ASIN: 8787334372 /
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  • ASIN: 8787334372
  • Part No: colour photos

    The Jutland Scandal : The Truth about the First World War?s Greatest Sea Battle

    The Jutland Scandal : The Truth about the First World War?s Greatest Sea BattleCategory: Jutland ArchPreviously published separately as The truth about Jutland, in 1927, and The Jutland scandal, in 1933.

    Kiel and Jutland : The Famous Naval Battle of the First World War from the German Perspective

    Kiel and Jutland : The Famous Naval Battle of the First World War from the German PerspectiveCategory: Jutland ArchA German view of war at sea It is inevitable that most books in English on any conflict in which British Forces were engaged tend to view the subject from a British perspective. The number of accounts or histories from the other side of the battle smoke translated and published in English are Hard to find and in the minority, they are therefore essential for any student who seeks a well-rounded view of a historical event. The great actions at sea during the First World War were few in number so it is fortunate that we have been left with this account by von Hase, who was both a German and a sailor in the service of his country. The book is part history and part a report from an eyewitness and it examines in depth the momentous Battles of Kiel and Jutland fought in the Skagerrak. An invaluable source work on the Imperial German Navy at War. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is available in softcover and hardback with dustjacket; our hardbacks are cloth bound and feature gold foil lettering on their spines and fabric head and tail bands.

    The Sand-Hills of Jutland - eBook

    The Sand-Hills of Jutland - eBookCategory: Jutland ArchTHE SAND-HILLS OF JUTLAND THE MUD-KING'S DAUGHTER THE QUICKEST RUNNERS THE BELL'S HOLLOW SOUP MADE OF A SAUSAGE-STICK THE NECK OF A BOTTLE THE OLD BACHELOR'S NIGHTCAP SOMETHING THE OLD OAK TREE'S LAST DREAM THE WIND RELATES THE STORY OF WALDEMAR DAAE AND HIS DAUGHTERS THE GIRL WHO TROD UPON BREAD OLÉ, THE WATCHMAN OF THE TOWER ANNE LISBETH; OR, THE APPARITION OF THE BEACH CHILDREN'S PRATTLE A ROW OF PEARLS THE PEN AND THE INKSTAND THE CHILD IN THE GRAVE CHARMING

    Jutland - eBook

    Jutland - eBookCategory: Jutland ArchDuring the first two years of World War I, Germany struggled to overcome a crippling British blockade of its mercantile shipping lanes. With only sixteen dreadnought-class battleships compared to the renowned British Royal Navy's twenty-eight, the German High Seas Fleet stood little chance of winning a direct fight. The Germans staged raids in the North Sea and bombarded English coasts in an attempt to lure small British squadrons into open water where they could be destroyed by submarines and surface boats. After months of skirmishes, conflict erupted on May 31, 1916, in the North Sea near Jutland, Denmark, in what would become the most formidable battle in the history of the Royal Navy.In Jutland, international scholars reassess the strategies and tactics employed by the combatants as well as the political and military consequences of their actions. Most previous English-language military analysis has focused on British admiral Sir John Jellicoe, who was widely criticized for excessive caution and for allowing German vice admiral Reinhard Scheer to escape; but the contributors to this volume engage the German perspective, evaluating Scheer's decisions and his skill in preserving his fleet and escaping Britain's superior force. Together, the contributors lucidly demonstrate how both sides suffered from leadership that failed to move beyond outdated strategies of limited war between navies and to embrace the total war approach that came to dominate the twentieth century. The contributors also examine the role of memory, comparing the way the battle has been portrayed in England and Germany. An authoritative collection of scholarship, Jutland serves as an essential reappraisal of this seminal event in twentieth-century naval history.

    The Battle of Jutland - eBook

    The Battle of Jutland - eBookCategory: Jutland ArchThe Battle of Jutland was the greatest naval engagement of the First World War, if not any war. Admiral Scheer had adopted a policy of launching attacks against the British coast. What he did not know was that the British had broken his naval codes and that they knew of his plans. Consequently, when Scheer threw his entire fleet in a mission to attack the British mainland in May 1916, he could not know that the Royal Navy at Scapa Flow were underway. The first encounter took place between Beatty's battle cruisers and the German battle cruisers, led by Admiral Hipper, on 31 May. The outcome was inevitable and the weaker German vessels were forced to flee south to the protection of the main fleet. Next, Beatty had to retreat in the face of determined opposition from the German dreadnoughts, who were unaware that the main British fleet under Admiral Jellicoe was about to his them. Suddenly, instead of being the pursuers, the Germans became the pursued, coming under heavy bombardment from Jellicoe's main fleet. Scheer decided not to fall back to the south, but to try to turn and pass Jellicoe and escape into the Baltic Sea. Jellicoe, however, had ordered his ships to slow and the Germans crossed directly in front of the British fleet. In just 10 minutes the British hit the German ships 27 times and Scheer was forced to pull back. The final phase fought at night saw the Germans in full retreat, protected by lighter ships and torpedo boats. Jellicoe failed to ensnare Scheer and the bulk of the German fleet escaped battered, but intact. The British lost 3 battle cruisers, 4 armoured cruisers and 8 destroyers. The German losses were lighter: just 1 battle cruiser, 1 pre-dreadnought, 4 light cruisers and 5 destroyers. However many of their heavier ships had suffered terrible damage. It was the last time that the two great fleets would face one another in such huge numbers. The Germans now knew that despite their great fleet, it was the Royal Navy that controlled the North Sea.

    The Rules of the Game : Jutland and British Naval Command

    The Rules of the Game : Jutland and British Naval CommandCategory: Jutland ArchOriginally published in 1996 by John Murray, London.

    Jutland - eBook

    Jutland - eBookCategory: Jutland ArchTrop d’audace a conduit au désastre31 mai 1916. Après plus de deux ans d’attente et plusieurs occasions manquées, la Royal Navy anglaise, dont la Grand Fleet est commandée par le vice-amiral John Jellicoe et l'escadre des croiseurs de bataille par le vice-amiral David Beatty, contraint les Allemands à une grande confrontation navale en mer du Nord au large des côtes danoises du Jutland. L’amirauté britannique a fait le choix de privilégier dans les engagements la vitesse de déplacement et le tir rapide. Pour y répondre, le blindage des croiseurs de bataille, fer de lance de toute flotte, a été allégé. Le choix va s’avérer dramatique pour les navires de la Royal Navy dont les soutes débordent de cordite, un nouvel explosif d’une puissance alors jamais égalée. Trois croiseurs de bataille, dont Le HMS Invincible et son amiral Horace Hood, vont le payer chèrement. Il suffira d'une bordée d’obus allemands pour embraser les vaisseaux de guerre anglais et bouter le feu à la cordite avec les conséquences que l’on imagine aisément. Alors que la bataille entre les deux flottes ne fait rage que depuis peu, la Royal Navy perd trois de ses fleurons et plus de 3 000 hommes. Si victoire il y a, elle eut un goût amère, assurément…Jutland a été la dernière grande confrontation maritime de la Première Guerre mondiale. Malgré leurs très lourdes pertes, supérieures aux allemands, les Anglais y réaffirmaient leur hégémonie maritime sur les mers du monde et l’Allemagne, trop consciente d’avoir échappée au désastre, décidait de confiner dans ses ports la plupart de ses navires

    The Rules of the Game: Jutland and British Naval Command (Paperback)

    The Rules of the Game: Jutland and British Naval Command (Paperback)Category: Jutland ArchBooks : The Rules of the Game: Jutland and British Naval Command (Paperback)

    The Battle of Jutland - eBook

    The Battle of Jutland - eBookCategory: Jutland ArchThe battle of Jutland was the largest navel confrontation during the First World War involving the British and German fleets. John Buchan 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, was a man in position to write the history of the Great War as it took place, using political communiqués and internal documents. This publication includes a new biography of the author.

    Le Jutland dans l

    Le Jutland dans l'oeuvre de Steen Steensen Blicher - eBookCategory: Jutland ArchAprès plusieurs siècles d'oubli, le Jutland des chansons populaires du Moyen Âge, avec ses paysages sauvages et ses habitants énergiques, prend une place de choix dans la littérature danoise grâce à Blicher. Suivant son exemple, toute une lignée d'écrivains comptant parmi les plus importants du Danemark, chanteront le Jutland, leur pays natal : Holger Drachmann, Jakob Knudsen, Johan Skjoldborg, Jeppe Aakjaer, Johannes V. Jensen. Des peintres, aussi, chercheront leur inspiration au Jutland et dans l'œuvre de Blicher.

    Jutland, 1916 - eBook

    Jutland, 1916 - eBookCategory: Jutland ArchDramatic, illustrated account of the biggest naval battle of the First World War.On 31 May, 1916, the great battle fleets of Britain and Germany met off Jutland in the North Sea. It was a climactic encounter, the culmination of a fantastically expensive naval race between the two countries, and expectations on both sides were high. For the Royal Navy's Grand Fleet, there was the chance to win another Trafalgar. For the German High Seas Fleet, there was the opportunity to break the British blockade and so change the course of the war. But Jutland was a confused and controversial encounter. Tactically, it was a draw; strategically, it was a British victory.Naval historians have pored over the minutiae of Jutland ever since. Yet they have largely ignored what the battle was actually like for its thousands of participants. Full of drama and pathos, of chaos and courage, JUTLAND, 1916 describes the sea battle in the dreadnought era from the point of view of those who were there.

    The Siege at Jutland - eBook

    The Siege at Jutland - eBookCategory: Jutland Arch...Meanwhile, Jim with the help of his sister, made his way into Timothys house. There, on the kitchen floor, Beatrice and Tim cleaned Jims wound, applied a blue stone solution as a disinfectant and some salve and wrapped the wound with a muslin bandage as best they could.Unbeknownst to the Meaneys, Trooper Larsen had returned to Jutland with Corporal Matthew Daly and Trooper William Lang. Tim and Beatrice continued to tend to Jims wound in the kitchen, re-bandaging it after Jim said he would wait until morning to go to the doctor. It was between nine thirty and ten oclock at night when they heard a terrific crash at the middle door, by the dining room. Tim got up to investigate when he suddenly saw a flash of light and heard gun shots and breaking glass. Without warning or provocation, the Troopers at Lieutenant Daniel Rogers orders opened fire on the farmhouse.The first shots had been fired. The siege had begun!

    Jade und Kupfer (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) by Lutz Klassen

    Jade und Kupfer (JUTLAND ARCH SOCIETY) by Lutz KlassenCategory: Jutland Arch
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  • Kragehul Mose: Ein Kriegsbeuteopfer Auf Sudwestfunen (Jutland Arch Society) (Jys

    Kragehul Mose: Ein Kriegsbeuteopfer Auf Sudwestfunen (Jutland Arch Society) (JysCategory: Jutland Arch
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  • 1: Excavations at Beidha: The Natufian Encampment at Beidha: Vol 1 (Jutland Arch

    1: Excavations at Beidha: The Natufian Encampment at Beidha: Vol 1 (Jutland ArchCategory: Jutland Arch
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    World's Most Beautiful cozy Tiny Fiser Mans Shed Cottage

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    Daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on Architecture Art and Design. ► Subscribe for more: https://goo.gl/2ibaHk ======================================= World's Most Beautiful cozy Tiny Fiser Mans Shed Cottage Location: Hvide Sande, a small town on the west coast of Jutland, is Denmark’s fifth largest fishing port. The harbor is lined with rows of fishermen’s sheds, used as workshops and to store gear. With changes in the fishing industry, many of them are no longer used. Severa...

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    Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I: Crash Course World History #36

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    In which John Green teaches you about the war that was supposed to end all wars. Instead, it solved nothing and set the stage for the world to be back at war just a couple of decades later. As an added bonus, World War I changed the way people look at the world, and normalized cynicism and irony. John will teach you how the assassination of an Austrian Archduke kicked off a new kind of war that involved more nations and more people than any war that came before. New technology like machine gu...

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