The ships that came from the shipyards of Imperial Germany were clearly among the best that carried the waters of the oceans. Tough, well-armored ships with excellent artillery were a constant danger to the British naval forces during World War I. Although there were actually only two major battles, the German ships showed that there were juices on which the British fleet could break its teeth quite well. The battle cruiser Seydlitz also took part in both mentioned battles. He was badly damaged in both, but still suffered a humiliating self-sinking in Scapa Flow.
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