One hundred years after the Battle of Jutland
where the fleets of the Imperial German and Royal Navies clashed in the North Sea,
the new exhibition will have the largest collection of Jutland artefacts in one place, ever.
On May 31st and June 1st 1916, 150 British and 100 German warships fought for supremacy.
When the battle was over, 25 warships were on the seabed
and more than 8,500 sailors were dead – more than two thirds of them were British.