This volume is a comprehensive bibliographical and historiographical survey of the battle of Jutland, the major naval engagement of World War I. Rasor has incorporated all published books, monographs, official reports, dissertations, bibliographies, pertinent journals and periodicals, collections of unpublished personal papers, letters, diaries, manuscripts, and other materials. Sources appropriate to the background on the origins and consequences of the war, related events leading up to the battle, and associated aspects of the battle are included as well. In addition, the volume contains a glossary and an index. The volume is divided into two major sections. First, there is a narrative section divided into logical chapters and, second, an annotated bibliography in which more than 500 entries are provided. These are given, in most instances, in alphabetical order by author's last name. The narrative portion describes, evaluates, assesses, qualifies, and integrates all of the entries into a whole, making the battle more understandable from British, German, and other perspectives. Students of naval warfare at all levels should benefit from the book as a guide and a reference aid.