|The Battle of Jutland Crew Lists Project WiKi
|This WiKi is the on-line resource for information pertaining to the crew lists of the British fleet at the Battle of Jutland.|
We have a team that is dedicated to populating this site with information about the crew lists.
Please make contact if you would like to join us. help @ jutlandcrewlists.org (remove spaces).
Since its launch on 12 August 2019, the site has 3,822 articles on 8,571 pages, and is increasing on a daily basis.
|Crew Lists at Jutland In the governmental Hansards (Minutes) of 6 December 1922 it gave the number of men on His Majesty's ships at the Battle of Jutland as 61,654. Names are being added to our crew lists on a daily basis as volunteers are systematically reviewing service records. A live update on the status of the project can be found here
|The Nations at the Battle of Jutland
|Men born in the various nations|
A wide range of nationalities were represented by those that served at the Battle of Jutland. Links are provided to lists covering Australia, Canada, Channel Islands, England, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Malta, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa, Wales
|Aliases/Also Known As|
On many occasions individuals served in the Royal Navy under names that were not their birth names. This might be due cultural reasons or that the individual did not want to be easily traced.
Updated virtually on a daily basis, the links are to the 151 photograph galleries of the ships in the British fleet at the battle. Photo sources have been added, where known.
Eye witness reports from various sources on the Battle of Jutland
|Register of Killed and Wounded
|Register of Killed and Wounded|
Transcriptions of the documents held at The National Archives
(Battle of Jutland ships only)
ADM 104/146 Registers of killed and wounded 1915 May-1916 May
ADM 104/147 Registers of killed and wounded 1916-1917 (Vol 3)
|Battle of Jutland Memorial
|Battle of Jutland Memorial|
Complete list of those that were Killed in Action or Died of Wounds at the Battle of Jutland. (Photos against names where known)
The Navy News was launched in June 1954 and is the newspaper of the Royal Navy being released on a monthly basis. The issues where there is mention of the Battle of Jutland are identified.