German raid on Scarborough, Dec. 16th, 1914.

Publisher: E.T.W. Dennis & Sons, Ltd. in [London, Scarborough

Written in English
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  • World War, 1914-1918 -- England -- Scarborough -- Pictorial works.,
  • Scarborough (England) -- History -- Pictorial works.
LC ClassificationsD581 .G25
The Physical Object
Pagination[2] p. 12 mounted pl.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL241095M
LC Control Numberca 15000208

The Raid on Yarmouth, which took place on 3 November , was an attack by the Imperial German Navy on the British North Sea port and town of Great damage was done to the town since shells only landed on the beach, after German ships laying mines offshore were interrupted by British destroyers. HMS D5, a submarine, was sunk by a German mine as it attempted to leave harbour and. Remember Scarborough - Some details on the German raid on Scarborough by Sydney Foord from his "Scarborough records" Remember Scarborough In the midst of the casualties, the chaos and the considerable material damage which greeted the people of Scarborough on the morning of the 16th December , it was not surprising that their faith in the Royal Navy was a little shaken.   Daily Telegraph December 21 The German raid on the North-East still leads the news, with funerals, memorial services, and Winston Churchill condemning "baby-killers" AM GMT 21 Dec .   Raid on Scarborough German victory Dec. Thread starter NATO; Start date ; Prev. 1; 2. Go to page. Go. 3; Next. First Prev 2 of 3 Go to page. Go. Next Last. #21 sharlin. Banned. I'll just wade in here and say the German fleet is actually a knot slower. The Nassau's were triple expansion driven ships and their.

The Fleet annual and naval year book The flight of the Goeben and the Breslau, an episode in naval history The German fleet The German pirate; his methods and record The German raid on Scarborough, Dec. 16th, The Grand fleet; ; its creation, development and work The Harwich naval forces; their part. Early on the morning of the 16th December , a squadron of German battlecruisers and light cruisers commanded by Rear Admiral Franz von Hipper, emerged out of the mist off the east coast of England to unleash a bombardment upon the towns of Hartlepool, Scarborough and Whitby. Medal medallion, states BOMBARDMENT OF SCARBOROUGH &NON COMBATANTS BY THE GERMAN FLEET DECTH , fully hallmarked forBirmingham , on the obverse SCARBOROUGH STILL UNDISMAYED Items in the Worthopedia® are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs. Raid on Yarmouth. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.

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The German Raid on Scarborough December 16th £ This is a rare edition of this book which contains 24 fascinating photographs, all in good condition.

The Scarborough Raid of 16 December was the most controversial part of the German raid on the Yorkshire coast of December At the time Scarborough was an undefended town, lacking any gun emplacements. The harbour was not suitable for warships, nor was it.

Raid on Scarborough, was attack by german German raid on Scarborough on Scarborough. Read the below given article to know about it in detail. The Germans Plan A Trap. On December 16th the Royal Navy 1914. book to prevent the German Navy shelling the coastal towns of Hartlepool, Scarborough.

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16th. The German raid on Scarborough, December 16th, Home. Our collections. Books The German raid on Scarborough, December 16th, description Object description.

Contains a three page introduction, a message from King George V and the reply from the Mayor of Scarborough, together with 24 photographs tipped in with accompanying text. Books Related period First World War (content), First World War (content) Creator GERMAN RAID ON SCARBOROUGH, DECEMBER 16TH (Author) E.T.W.

Dennis and Sons (printer) (publisher) Production date Place made London Dimensions. whole: Dimensions: 19x24cm., Pagination: [2]p., 12 leaves of plates: ill. Catalogue number LBY K. "The German Raid on Scarborough Dec 16 " (often called "The Dennis Book) This is a revised copy of the original.

Condition is New. Differences between this version and the original are listed on page 2 of the booklet and can be seen in the third photograph above. Genre/Form: History Pictorial works Publishers' paper bindings (Binding) Additional Physical Format: Online version: German raid on Scarborough, Dec.

16th, SCARBOROUGH GERMAN RAID DEC 16TH CASTLE WALLS ETW DENNIS POSTCARD 0 results. You may also like. Items in search results. German Raid Dec 16th Bombed House in Lonsdale Road Scarborough Old Postcard.

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Published on Category The raid on Scarborough & the Naval War, - Duration. Beginning at 8am on Wednesday 16 December two German battleships, Derfflinger and Von der Tann, bombarded the undefended Yorkshire seaside town of Scarborough for about half an hour.

During that short period over shells rained down on the castle. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

Books to Borrow. Top The German raid on Scarborough, Dec. 16th, Publication date ] Topics World War,Scarborough (England) -- Pages: 16th Dec Raid on Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby The German Navy had decided on a strategy of bombarding British towns on the North Sea coast in an attempt to draw out the Royal Navy and destroy elements of it in earlier raid on Yarmouth on 3 November had been partially successful, but a larger-scale operation was later devised by Admiral Franz von Hipper.

BRITISH EAST COAST RAID - 16 DECEMBER and MINESWEEPING OPERATIONS. Attacks on Scarborough and Whitby. Three German ships appeared off the defenceless town of Scarborough just before, 17 December Doon, old destroyer, damaged on 16th. CREDLAND, Harold, Able Seaman, (Ch). The German Raid on Scarborough, Dec.

16th, Paperback – Aug. 28 by Anonymous (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Anonymous. The time was eight 'o' clock, the day was Wednesday 16th Decemberand far removed from the battlefields of the Western Front death had come calling on the defenceless seaside town.

That fateful morning 18 people fell victim to the German attack, either killed instantly, as in the case of the month-old baby boy John Shields Ryalls, or. German Raid on Scarborough, December 16th £ Add to basket; Bombardment of Lowestoft by the Germans, April 25th £ Add to basket; Narrative of a Captivity, Escape, and Adventures in France and Flanders during the War Britannia's Bulwarks,the achievements of our seamen, the honours of our ships.


Australian Naval & Military Expeditionary Force. TIBBEY, Frank A, Sergeant,died in New. Found an interesting account in an antique store in Ontario about German naval ships shelling Hartlepool, Whitby, and Scarborough in Dec.

16th Apparently 18 civilians died at Scarborough, 3 at Whitby, and at Hartlepool, with hundreds injured. There were also losses at. Book. I have on my desk a paperback book of postcards called "The German Raid on Scarborough, December 16th, ", published by E.T.W.

Dennis and Sons, Ltd., London and Scarborough. If it's out of copyright I'll scan some of the photos in. Fys. Ta fys aym.2 December (UTC) Map. [December 18th Scarborough Mercury].

"A large number of people escaping from the Gladstone Road district went by way of the Whitby railway into Falsgrave. One pathetic sight was that of an old lady Mrs Laycock, aged nea being assisted from no 53, Gladstone Road, which was partially hit".[December 18th Scarborough Mercury]. The raids on Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby, which took place on Decemwere attacks by the Imperial German Navy.

In total, they resulted in. The German Raid on Scarborough, December 16th. Zeppelin – Weltfahrten, To Include: Sports books, travel & topography, aviation & military, maps & prints, childrens books, modern first editions, historical documents etc.

Included in our next Auction Catalogues. The diaries of Temperley’s wife, Marguerite, offer a striking insight into the effects of the First World War on the Homefront. Her diary entry from 16 December records the fatal raid on Scarborough.

The German Navy targeted the northern coast, including Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby in the early hours of 16 December Scarborough & Whitby. Unlike Hartlepool, Scarborough and Whitby are primarily seaside towns. The Germans still land an unhealthy number of shells in the streets, damaging Scarborough Castle and Whitby Abbey.

By 10am it’s all over, and the raiders are heading for home, their progress throughout aided and abetted by bad weather. Norman Collins. The Whitby Raid, 16 Decemberwas the final part of the German navy’s raid on the Yorkshire Coast of December.

As the German raiding force had approached the Yorkshire Coast it had split in two. The southern force, consisting of the battlecruisers Derfflinger and Von der Tann, and the light cruiser Kolberg had bombarded Scarborough.

# onthisday Morning of 16th December the War comes to British shores Raid on Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby The first attack on British shores by the Imperial German Navy resulted in casualties, many of them civilians, of whom died.

The attack caused public outrage towards the German Navy for the attack, and against the. The Thrust of the German High Sea Fleet Against Hartlepool, Whitby and Scarborough on 15th and 16th December, Gary Staff has provided this segment from the Kriegsmarine's Official History (Krieg zur See): many thanks to Gary for his translation.

Get this from a library. Bombardment: the day the east coast bled: accounts of the German naval raids on Scarborough and Whitby on Wednesday, 16th December(with details of the raid on the Hartepools), and the German submarine attack on Scarborough.

The Fleet annual and naval year book ; The flight of the Goeben and the Breslau, an episode in naval history; The German fleet; The German pirate; his methods and record; The German raid on Scarborough, Dec.

16th, ; The Grand fleet; ; its creation, development and work; The Harwich naval forces; their part in the great war. On 16 December German battlecruisers raided Scarborough and Hartlepool; they were commanded by Rear Admiral Franz Hipper (he did not become von Hipper until after the Battle of Jutland in ).

This was the second raid by the German battlecruisers on the east coast of Britain.German Fleet Raids Scarborough, Escapes. Hipper’s raid on Scarborough (and the resulting civilian casualties) would be used to great propaganda effect by the British. Decem Scarborough—British naval cryptographic intelligence, the code-named “R” was now in possession of all three German naval codebooks and.