The Blooding of the Guns by Alexander Fullerton

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Introducing young Nicholas Everard at the Battle of Jutland, the first of the nine volume Everard Naval Series spanning the years 1916 to 1943.

On the last day of May, 1916, one hundred and fifty British ships, manned by sixty thousand sailors, confronted the German High Sea Fleet of one hundred ships and forty five thousand men in the icy North Sea off the coast of Jutland. This epic battle is the subject of the first in the series of naval novels featuring Nicholas Everard and his sons. A meticulous and dramatic recreation of an historic confrontation, it is filled with action, tension and heroism. This is naval warfare, as close as one can get without actually having been there.

About Alexander Fullerton

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Alexander Fullerton was born into a naval family and went to the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth at the age of thirteen. He first went to sea in 1941, serving in battleships, cruisers, destroyers and submarines.
Published January 1, 1976 by Joseph. 239 pages
Genres: History, War, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Originally published in England in 1976, this first novel in an eight-book series is overloaded with detail about the largest naval battle of WWI, a two-day clash between Britain's Royal Navy and the German High Sea Fleet in 1916 off the coast of Denmark.

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