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Nick Jellicoe is an avid student and interpreter of the great naval conflict that shaped the lives of so many.
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Nick Jellicoe lives in Switzerland where he works in the watch industry.
  
He is presently writing a book about the [[Battle of Jutland]] and working to ensure that worthy commemorations happen in the UK and Germany to mark the centennial of these battles.
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He grew up wanting to be a photo-journalist but was lured from London to New York to work in advertising and then American Express. He studied politics in the UK and Paris. His continued study of (rudimentary) Mandarin and naval history reflect his college, family interests & involvement in China and the Royal Navy.  
  
Nick resides in Switzerland.
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His book, ''Jutland: The Unfinished Battle: A Personal History of a Naval Controversy'' was published in May, 2016 — just in time for the centenary of the [[Battle of Jutland]].
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==Bibliography==
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Latest revision as of 09:08, 25 June 2016

The editor wonders where his battlecruisers are and what they might be doing.

Nick Jellicoe lives in Switzerland where he works in the watch industry.

He grew up wanting to be a photo-journalist but was lured from London to New York to work in advertising and then American Express. He studied politics in the UK and Paris. His continued study of (rudimentary) Mandarin and naval history reflect his college, family interests & involvement in China and the Royal Navy.

His book, Jutland: The Unfinished Battle: A Personal History of a Naval Controversy was published in May, 2016 — just in time for the centenary of the Battle of Jutland.

Bibliography

  • Jellicoe, Nicholas (2016). Jutland: The Unfinished Battle: A Personal History of a Naval Controversy. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).