Jutland Conference Schedule
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|Wednesday 31st May 2017|
|Morning from 10.00||
Registration and Coffee
|13.00 - 13.10||
|13.10 - 15.10||
First Session - 'Material Culture #1. Maritime Archaeology Panel Debate'
The Archaeology of the Battle of Jutland and the first U-boat Campaign
Hidden Heritage: The Jutland Survivor in Portsmouth Harbour
The Fate that Sank a Thousand Ships: Archaeology of the East Coast War Channels
|15.10 – 15.25||Coffee Break|
|15.25 – 16.40||
Second Session - 'Cultural Responses'
The Battle of Jutland (1921): creating a record of the battle through cinema
|16.45 - 17.45||
Dr Andrew Gordon, King's College London
36 Hours: Jutland 1916, The Battle That Won The War gallery
|Thursday 1st June 2017|
|09.30 - 11.30||
First Session - 'The German Response'
The weight of expectations. The German Imperial Navy's Press Office, the Battle of Jutland and the War at Sea, 1916-1918
A New Analysis of the Battle of Jutland through the Theoretical Framework of Anticipating Surprise
Lessons learnt? Continuity and discontinuity in German naval planning and operational thinking, 1919-1939
|11.30 - 13.30||Extended Lunch|
|13.30 - 15.15||
Second Session - 'Naval War in the North Sea 1916-18'
The High Sea Fleet after Jutland 1916-1918
'Weary Waiting is Hard Indeed: The Grand Fleet After Jutland.'
|15.15 – 15.30||Coffee Break|
|16.00 – 17.45||
Third Session - 'World War at Sea 1916-18'
'The Adriatic 1916-18: Naval Guerilla War in a Narrow Sea'
Richard Pogatschnigg, Austria
'Little or no satisfactory arrangement': The Admiralissimo Plan of 1918
Establishing a tradition: The Royal Australian Navy in the wake of Jutland
|18.15 - 20.15||Screening of Die versunkene Flotte (1926) in Action Stations (Boathouse 6)|
Dinner on HMS Victory
Please be aware that stiletto heels are not permitted and guests are advised to bring warm clothing. Dress code is black tie.
Tickets for the dinner must be booked separately to the conference ticket.
|Friday 2nd June 2017|
|09.00 - 10.00||
Registration and Coffee
First Session - 'Material Culture #2. Museum Responses'
The Jutland Short 184 Seaplane
The Battle of Jutland: Exhibitions in British and German Museums
|12.00 – 14.00||Dispersed Lunch|
|14.00 – 15.30||
Second Session - 'Commemoration'
German Memorials on the War at Sea
British Memorials to the Battle of Jutland
|15.30 - 16.00||
Conclusions and Summary
Matthew Sheldon, National Museum of the Royal Navy