Over a hundred years after this great sea battle between the two largest fleets in the world, controversy still rages over whether there was a winner or not and how close the battle came to deciding the outcome of the First World War.
It was said of Admiral Jellicoe commander of the British Grand Fleet which had remained unchallenged for over a century, that he was the only man who could have lost the war in an afternoon.
What is beyond doubt is that the British Navy lost more ships and the Kaisers navy never dared to challenge the Royal Navy again after Jutland. Was there as Admiral Beatty said during the battle "Something wrong with our bloody ships today" Or did the German navy escape certain destruction by running away? Find out about the battle and the lead up to in this gripping talk by Paul Robbins an exceptional speaker and Historian.Views: 92 | Enquiries: 0
Step Back in time is a programme of Historical Talks presented by Paul Robbins BSc (Hons) BA, ISEB Cert, PHF an experienced Presenter, Historian and Author.
If you are looking for a highly knowledgeable and entertaining speaker who enthrals audiences then why not contact Paul for further information on 07548 915284 or by email at Paul_J_Robbins@msn.com. Paul has over 40 years experience of public speaking!
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Paul’s specialism's include English History, Jack the Ripper, You Stupid boy- the story of Britain's home guard, Britain in the 20th century, The life of Sir Winston Churchill, The Battle of Jutland, The English civil war, The Battle of Britain, London through the ages and the ever popular history, language and culture of cockneys.
What makes Paul’s talks so different, is that a lot of the content of the talks is not commonly known. Paul makes each talk enjoyable and informative and they all include an element of surprise. Most of the talks Paul delivers last around 40 - 50 minutes, with extra time for questions at the end but they can longer or shorter to meet your own specific requirements. Paul stays as long as you need him to answer any questions.
The following gives you further details on just some of Paul’s current talks that combine great subject matter, humour, with a natural love of History.
The life of Sir Winston Churchill Jack the Ripper the Whitechapel Murderer Great British Eccentrics The Battle of Britain The East End of London, cockneys and Cockney Rhyming Slang The Battle of Jutland The English Civil War "You Stupid boy" The story of Britain's Home Guard.
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