Events

When: From 31 May 2017 until 02 June 2017, 10:00 - 17:00
Location: The National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth
Categories: Special Events , Conferences and Talks , Heritage

In 1916, the Battle of Jutland was fought over 36 hours from 31st May to 1st June.  Both sides claimed victory in what was considered the defining naval battle of the First World War.  Yet even today, the results and aftermath of the battle are still being debated.

Who really won the battle? Did the battle really determine the outcome of the war? What was the social impact of the battle on Britain and Germany? What is the cultural legacy of the battle?

These questions have since divided opinions on both sides.

Now, an Anglo-German Conference of leading historians and archaeologists explore the legacy and wider impact of the battle. 

There are all kinds of questions that will be explored at our first ever three-day conference at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, which opens on Wednesday 31st May through Friday 2nd June, on the 101st anniversary of the battle. 

You can be a part of the debate and learn more about the legacy of Jutland, and why it still matters today.

Each day will be packed with interesting lectures and presentations by international speakers, including Andrew Gordon and Innes McCartney, examining subjects as diverse as the wrecks of Jutland, unrestricted submarine warfare, commemoration and theatrical responses. The event also includes a special screening of Die versunkene Flotte, a silent German feature film with accompanying pianist and drink receptions each evening.

Tickets are available up to the day of the conference but book early, because this will be popular.  Individual day tickets available.

Conference Ticket Prices

Standard Price

3 Day ticket

Day ticket

31st May

Day ticket

1st June

Day ticket

2nd June

Student

3 Day ticket
Until 24th May

£225

£100

£100

£75

£180


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The last possible date for refund if you cannot attend is Friday 12th May 2017

 

 

The Jutland Legacy Conference