First service marks Battle of Jutland centenary
A massive sea battle in the worlds most shocking war.
"More than 6,000 British and 2,500 German sailors were killed in the 36-hour battle, which began off the Danish coast on May 31st, 1916.
Britain’s battlecruiser force sailed from the Firth of Forth in eastern Scotland and events took place outside Edinburgh yesterday.Queen Elizabeth II’s daughter Princess Anne and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon were joined by hundreds of people for a ceremony.
“This centenary commemoration is an opportunity for us to honor and pay tribute to the many thousands of sailors from both sides who lost their lives during the Battle of Jutland,” said Sturgeon."