Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
HAMPSHIRE - Portsmouth, England, PO1 3LJ
‘36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War’ Exhibition to commemorate the centenary of the largest naval battle in history, the Battle of Jutland, opened by the National Museum of the Royal Navy on the 19th May 2016 at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
It is the most comprehensive exhibition ever staged on the subject, and highlights the essential role of the British Royal Navy in winning the First World War.
Through never-before-seen displays and immersive galleries the exhibition challenges the belief that the Battle of Jutland was a German victory. The National Museum of the Royal Navy presents the battle as a British victory, both tactically and strategically.
Machine 1 (From HMS Victory - National Museum of the Royal Navy, was Machine 2). Designs are:
1) HMS Victory [Battle of Trafalgar 1805, HMS Victory],
2) Bust of Nelson [Horatio Nelson, 1758-1805 in text],
3) Battleship [National Museum of the Royal Navy},
4) Royal Navy sailor...[Royal Navy Sailor]
2Dec2017 - machine rolling well. Machine just inside the entrance on the left. MLP