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Orkney To Mark Battle Of Jutland Centenary


A ceremony is being held to remember the biggest naval confrontation of WWI, but ill health means Prince Philip will not be there.

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The Battle of Jutland was the biggest naval confrontation in World War One. The German fleet wanted access to the Atlantic. The English Channel is too narrow and too well defended, so they went to north towards Scotland. In their way was the Royal Navy which dominated the seas. The British Grand Fleet was based here at Scapa Flow in Orkney.

“This place was perfect as a base for the Royal Navy. They can get access to the Atlantic in one direction, and then out to the North Sea in the other direction. The waters were relatively calm as well because Scapa Flow is surrounded by lots of small, little islands. They gave the British fleet a degree of protection.”

250 ships and 100,000 men confronted each other in the North Sea. The commander of the British fleet was Admiral John Jellicoe

“The British wanted to defend their supremacy and control of the sea. The Germans wanted to take it way. Well, if that was the mission, they didn’t succeed, but as I say, they inflicted a very, very heavy pain on the Royal Navy. For both navies, this was a cataclysmic and very, very sad day. The loss of 6,500 lives was enormous, that’s 10% roughly of the British sailors at sea. And it wasn’t just stokers and ratings. Senior officers and admirals were also fighting side by side.”

The old means have been getting ready for the centenary of a battle that was a big part of the history. A royal naval frigate HMS Kent has been joined by a German warship of the Island of Hoy. And there’ll be a service at the cathedral in Kirkwall tomorrow morning. But the Duke of Edinburgh who was due to attend the events has been told by the doctor not to travel for health reasons. Buckingham Palace says that he is not seriously ill and he hasn’t gone to hospital. But prince Philippe who will be 95 in just a few weeks time and of course he’s a former officer of the Royal Navy himself will be disappointed to miss this event.

“He is very frustrated and disappointed that he can't be here and we're all very sad that he won't be with us.”

“And how is his health?”

"He's fine. He just has a minor ailment and I think at his age it would be unwise to go and stand in a windswept cemetery for a long period at that stage."  

In the one day of fighting, 14 British ships and 9 German’s were sunk, 8,500 men drowned. It’s probably going too far to say that this was the decisive battle of the entire war. But the British sea blockade of Germany remained in place, and the Germany Navy never set to sail again in quite the same way.

Alistair Bunkall, Sky News, the Orkney Islands.
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The Battle of Jutland was the biggest naval confrontation in World War One. The German fleet wanted access to the Atlantic. The English Channel is too narrow and too well defended, so they went / north towards Scotland. In their way was the Royal Navy which dominated the seas. The British Grand Fleet was based here at Scapa Flow in Orkney.

“This place was perfect as a base for the Royal Navy. They can get access to the Atlantic in one direction, and then out to the North Sea in the other direction. The waters were relatively calm as well because Scapa Flow is surrounded by lots of small, little islands. They gave the British fleet a degree of protection.”

250 ships and 100,000 men confronted each other in the North Sea. The commander of the British fleet was Admiral John Jellicoe

“The British wanted to defend their supremacy and their control of the sea. The Germans wanted to take it way. Well, if that was the mission, they didn’t succeed, but as I say, they inflicted a very, very heavy pain on the Royal Navy. For both navies, this was a cataclysmic and very, very sad day. The loss of 6,500 lives was enormous which's 10% roughly of the British sailors at sea. And it wasn’t just stokers and ratings. Senior officers and admirals were also fighting side by side.”

The old marines have been getting ready for the centenary of a battle that was a big part of their history. A royal naval frigate HMS Kent has been joined by / German warship off the Island of Hoy. And there’ll be a service at the cathedral in Kirkwall tomorrow morning. But the Duke of Edinburgh, who was due to attend the events, has been told by a doctor not to travel for health reasons. Buckingham Palace says that he is not seriously ill and he hasn’t gone to hospital. But Prince Philippe, who will be 95 in just a few weeks time and of course is a former officer in the Royal Navy himself, will be disappointed to miss this event.

“He is very frustrated and disappointed that he can't be here and we're all very sad that he won't be with us.”

“And any word on his health?”

"He's fine. He just has a minor ailment, and I think at his age it would be unwise to go and stand in a windswept cemetery for a long period at that stage."  

In the one day of fighting, 14 British ships and 9 German were sunk, 8,500 men drowned. It’s probably going too far to say that this was the decisive battle of the entire war. But the British sea blockade of Germany remained in place, and the Germany Navy never set to sail again in quite the same way.

Alistair Bunkall, Sky News, the Orkney Islands.
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the battle of Jutland was the biggest navy confrontation in world war one, the
German fleet wanted to access the atlantic, the English channel is too narrow
and too well defended, so they went to north toward Scotland, in their way was
the Royal Navy which dominated the seas, the british Grant fleet was based here
at scapa flow in orkney.

this place was perfect as the base for the Royal Navy, they can get access to
the atlantic in one direction, and then out to the north sea in the other
direction, the waters were relatively calm as well because scapa flow is
surrounded by lots of small, little islands. they gave the british fleet a
degree of protection.

250 ships and 100,000 men confronted each other in the north sea, the commander
of the british fleet was Admiral John Jellicoe.

The british wanted to defend their supermacy and control the sea, the German wanted
to take it away, where if that is a mission, they didn't succeed, but as I say,
they inflicted a very, very heavy pain on the Royal Navy, for both navies, this was
a cataclysmic and very very sad day, the loss of 6,500 lives was enormous, it's
10% of roughly of british sailors at sea, and it wasn't just stokers and waitings,
senior officer and admirals were also fighting side by side.

the old?? has been getting ready for centenary of a battle that was a big part of
that history, a royal navy frigate HMS kent has been joined by Germany warship of
the island of Hoy, and there will be a service at the cathedral in Kirwall tomorrow
morning, But the Duke of Edinburgh who was due to attend the events has been told
by doctor not to travel for health reasons. Buckingham palace says that he is not
seriously ill and hasn't gone to hospital, the prince Phillips who will be 95 just
a few weeks time and of course he is former officer of royal navy himself will be
disppointed to miss this event.

"he is very frustrusted and disppointed that he can't be here and we're all very
sad that he won't be with us"

and how well done is his health?

"he is fine, he just has a minor ailment, I think at his age it would be unwise
to go and stand in a windswept cemetery for a long period at that stage"

in the one day fighting, 14 british ships and nine German's were sunk, eight and
a half thousand men drown, it's probably going too far to say this was the decisive
battle in the entire war, but the british sea blockade the German remained in place,
and the German navy never set to sail again in quite the same way.

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The Battle of Jutland was the biggest naval confrontation in WWI. The German fleet wanted to access to the Atlantic, English channel is too narrow and too well defended, so they went north to walt Scotland. In their way was the Royal navy which dominated the seas. The British Grand Fleet was based here at Scobe flow in Auclin.This place was perfect as a base for the Royal navy, they can get access to the Atlantic in one direction, and out to North Sea in another direction. The water there is relatively calm as well, because Scobe flow is surrounded by lots of small little islands, which gave the British fleet a degrave protection.
250 ships and 10,000 men confronted each other in the North Sea, the commander of the British Fleet was Admon John Jalic. The British wanted to defend their supremice and their control of the sea, the Germans wanted to take it away, well, if that was the mission, they did not succeed. But as I say, they inflected to a very, very heavy pain on the Royal Navay, if both navays this was a cat kismike, and very, very sad day. The loss of six and a half thousand lives, with a normous 20 percent of rough of British sea as i say, and it was not just the stokes and retines, senior officers and amirors were also fighting side by side.
The has been getting ready for the centining river battle was a big part of the history, a royal naval freget Hmens has been joined by the Germany warship of the island of Hooi, will be served as a cathedral in Kokber tomorrow morning. But the June who was June to events, has been told by the doctor not to travel for health reasons. Barking palace says, he is not seriously ill, and he has to go to hospital. The Prince Philip, who will be 95 in just a few weeks time, and of course is the former offcier of the Royal Navay himself, will be disappointed to miss this event.
He is very frustriated and disappointed that he can not be here. And also he is very sad when he went this. And any problem with his health?  He is fine, he just has a minor ainoement, I think it is age would be on wise of going in wind cemetry for a long period on stage.
In the one day fighting, 14 British ships and 9 German were sank, 8 and half thousand men drowned. It is probaly going too far to say this was too assasitive battle in the entire war, but the British sea blocked the German remaining in the place, the German navy never set there again in quite the same way.

























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The Battle of Jutland was the biggest naval confrontation in World War One. The German fleet wanted access to the Atlantic. The English Channel is too narrow and too well defended, so they went / north towards Scotland. In their way was the Royal Navy which dominated the seas. The British Grand Fleet was based here at Scapa Flow in Orkney.

“This place was perfect as a base for the Royal Navy. They can get access to the Atlantic in one direction, and then out to the North Sea in the other direction. The waters were relatively calm as well because Scapa Flow is surrounded by lots of small, little islands. They gave the British fleet a degree of protection.”

250 ships and 100,000 men confronted each other in the North Sea. The commander of the British fleet was Admiral John Jellicoe

“The British wanted to defend their supremacy and their control of the sea. The Germans wanted to take it way. Well, if that was the mission, they didn’t succeed, but as I say, they inflicted to a very, very heavy pain on the Royal Navy. For both navies, this was a cataclysmic and very, very sad day. The loss of 6,500 lives was enormous 10% roughly of the British sailors over sea. And wasn’t just stokers and ratings. Senior officers and admirals were also fighting side by side.”

The old marines have been getting ready for the centenary of a battle that was a big part of their history. A royal naval frigate HMS Kent has been joined by / German warship off the Island of Hoy. And will be a service at the cathedral in Kirkwall tomorrow morning. But the Duke of Edinburgh, who was due to attend the events, has been told by a doctor not to travel for health reasons. Buckingham Palace says that he is not seriously ill and he hasn’t gone to hospital. But Prince Philippe, who will be 95 in just a few weeks time and of course is a former officer in the Royal Navy himself, will be disappointed to miss this event.

“He is very frustrated and disappointed that he can't be here and we're all very sad that he won't be with us.”

“And any word on his health?”

He's fine. He just has a minor ailment, and I think at his age it would be unwise to go and stand in a windswept cemetery for a long period at that stage.  

In the one day of fighting, 14 British ships and 9 German were sunk, 8,500 men drowned. It’s probably going too far to say that this was the decisive battle of the entire war. But the British sea blockade of Germany remained in place, and the Germany Navy never set to sail again in quite the same way.

Alistair Bunkall, Sky News, the Orkney Islands
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The Battle of Jutland was the biggest naval confrontation in WWI.The German fleet wanted access to the Atlantic;Enlish Channel's too narrow and too well-defended, so they went north towards Scotland. In their way was the Royal Navy,which dorminate the seas. The British Grand Fleet was based here as scarp of flow in AlQuinn. This place was perfect as a base for the Royal navy: they can get access to the Atlantic in one direction and then out to North Sea in the other direction.The Waters are relatively calm as well because the Gulf of flow is surrounded by lots of small little islands they gave British fleet lot of great protection. 250 ships and a hundred thousand men confronted each other in the North Sea.The Command of British Fleet was Edmond George Elokon.  The British wanted to defend their supremacy and their control of the sea; the German wanted to take it away.Well, if that's the mission, they didn't succeed;but as i say, they inflincted a very very heavy pain on the Royal navy. For both navies, this was a cateclismic and very very sad day. The loss of 65000 thousand lives was enormous,to 10% roughly of the British seas,and it wan't just stolkers and ratings. Senior officers and emeralds were also fighting side by side. The old beings has been getting ready for the centenary of the battle that had been a big part of their history.A royal Frikit H. MS Kent, has been joined by a German warship of the Island of Hoy and obious service at the Cathedral in Curkwall tomorrow morning.But the Duke of Vdingburgh who wad due to attend events has been told by the doctor not to travel for health reasons. Buckingham Palace says that he is not heavily ill, but hasn't go to hospital; but Prince Philip who will be 95 in a just few weeks of time and of course he was a former officer in the Royal Navy himself, will be disappointed to miss this event. He is very frustrated and disappointed that he can't be here, and we all very sad that he won't be with us.Any word on his health?He's fine, he's just has a minor elements, i think that he'll be unwise to go out in a wind cementry for a long period at that stage. In the one day fighting, 14 British ships and 9 German were sunk,8.500 were drowned. It will probably going be too far to say this was the decisive battle for the entire war, but the British Sea blockade of Germany remained in place, and Germany navy never sets that again in quite the same way.
Alex..Sky News.

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The battle of Jutland was the biggest naval confrontation in WW1. THE German fleet wanted to access to the Atlantic. English channel was too narrow and to well-defended, so they went north to ward Scotland. In their way was the Rome navy which dominated the seas. The British ** fleet was based here as scarp of flow in Orkney.

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The Battle of Jutland was the biggest naval confrontation in World War I. The German Fleet wanted to access to the Atlantic. English Channel was too narrow and too well defended, so they went north towards Scotland. In their way was the Royal Navy, which dominated the seas. The British Grand Fleet was based here at Scapa Flow in Orkney.
This place was perfect as a base for the Royal Navy. They can get access to the Atlantic in one direction and then out to the North Sea in the other direction. The water is well relatively calm as well, because Scapa Flow is surrounded by lots of small, little islands. They give the British fleets a degree of protection.
250 ships and 100,000 men confronted each other in the North Sea. The commander of the British fleet was Admiral John Jellicoe.
"The British wanted to defend their supremacy and their control of the sea, the Germans wanted to take it away.  Well, if that was the mission, they didn't succeed. But as I say, they inflicted a very very heavy pain on the Royal Navy. For both navies, this was a cataclysmic and very very sad day. The loss of 6 and a half thousand of lives was enormous, 10% rougly of the British sailors at sea. And it wasn't just stokers and ratings. Senior officers and admirals were also fighting side by side."
The old marines? have been getting ready for the centenary of the battle that was a big party of the history. A Royal Naval frigate HMS Kent has been joined by a German warship of the Island of Hoy,  and thereill a service at the cathedral in Kirkwall tomorrow morning. But the Duke of Edinburgh who was due to attend the events has been told by doctor not to travel for health reasons. Buckingham Palace says that he is not seriously ill and he hasn't gone to hospital. The Prince Philippe who will be 95 in just a few weeks time and of course he's a former officer in the Royal Navy himself will be not disappointed to miss this event.
"He was very frustrated and disappointed that he can't be here, and we're all very sad that he won't be with us."
"And any word? on his health?"
"He's fine. He just has a minor ailments. I think his age would be unwise to go and stand in a windswept cemetery  for a long period at that stage."
In the one day fighting, 14 British ships and 9 German was sank, 8 and a half thousand men drowned. It is probably going too far to say this was the decisive battle of the entire war, but British sea blockade of Germany remained in place, the German Navy never set to sail again in quite the same way.
Alex Bunkall, Sky News, in Orkney Islands.
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