Naval veterans attend the Battle of Jutland Commemoration at Chatham.
Navy veterans of Battle of Jutland (WW1) meet for memorial service at Chatham, Kent.
Admiral Sir Edward Evans and World War One veterans remember the Battle of Jutland.
An item showing The Mayor of Birmingham receiving the ensign from H.M.S. Birmingham.
A memorial service on board a boat in the River Tyne.
Sailors and veterans mark 'Jutland Day' with Parade and memorial service.
The opening of the "Deutschland" to the public by Dr. Macnamara.
H.M.S. 'Lion' , World War One battleship, is taken to a Newcastle breaker's yard.
Lord Jellicoe opening Canadian Exhibition. Lots of war veterans on parade.
Beatty's battleship, famous from World War One, is sent to the shipbreakers.
Lord Jellicoe meets old shipmates on his visit to Birmingham.
Admiral Beatty's famous battleship is taken to the Shipbreakers Yard.
Dr. Macnamara unveils a memorial to boy hero Jack Cornwell.
Germans launch a new battleship and commission another one.
Fireworks display at the Crystal Palace, London.
Arthur Balfour (long time British statesman and foreign secretary under Lloyd George) unveils memorial to Vice Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock.