Preserving the wrecks and memories of the men lost during Europe’s biggest naval battle: The Battle of Jutland (1916)
Europe’s battlefields are the final resting place for millions of servicemen and women, who gave their lives in the making of modern Europe. On land these sites are often protected as part of a nation’s identity and of our common consciousness. But when battlefields lie at the bottom of the sea, there are great challenges to their protection and presentation. This project will address these challenges at the site of the pivotal WW1 Battle of Jutland, off the coast of Denmark in 1916.
Community engagement, Education, Cross-frontier collaboration, Other, Youth oriented