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‘Weary Waiting is Hard Indeed’: The Grand Fleet after Jutland

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Author(s): Hewitt, Nick
Hewitt, Nick - ‘Weary Waiting is Hard Indeed’: The Grand Fleet after Jutland Keywords: Grand Fleet | Jutland | Western Front ISFWWS-Keywords: Naval Warfare | Britain | Germany | Home fronts | Science, Technology, and Medicine Abstract: The Grand Fleet is defined as the capital ships based at Scapa Flow and Rosyth and supporting elements based at harbours along the British East Coast. This chapter look at changes in strategic command and direction which were made during the period, plans to break the strategic deadlock in the North Sea, and operations which actually took place. Faced with victory, but a victory of the most unconvincing and dissatisfying sort, what were the British to do t…