Rear Admiral Hipper
Von der Tann
(18 total torpedo boats, 1st TBF consisted of boats from the V186/G192 classes, 9th of the V25/S30 classes)
Admiral von Ingenhohl
Friedrich der Grosse (FF)
Posen (2nd F)
Hannover (2nd F)
Prinzregent Luitpold (F)
Roon (F) KA von Reubeur-Paschwitz
Munchen (F) Komm. von Restorff
attached Hamburg (Leader of U-Boats Kvk Bauer)
Rostock (Leader of Torpedo Boats, Komm.
(54 total Torpedo Boats, 2nd TBF S138 class, 5th V1/G7 classes, 6th V150 class, 7th S13 class, 8th G174/S176/V180 classes)
V A Warrender on KGV
KGV (F) VA Warrender
Orion (2nd F) RA Arbuthnot
Lion (F) VA Beatty
Southampton (F) Comm Goodenough
Antrim (F) RA Pakenham
4th DF (partial)
(CL Blanche and Boadicea had returned to Scapa due to bad weather in the Pentlands)
Hartlepool Local Defence Forces
9th DF (partial)
The Harwich Force of 4 CL and 25+DE
was to be off Great Yarmouth at 0630 (approx 140m S of the above forces).
Goldrick, "The Kings Ships Were At Sea"
Corbett, "Naval Operations Volume 2"
Scheer, "The High Seas Fleet in the World War:
Marder, "Dreadnought to Scapa Flow Volume 2"
German details confirmed by Thomas Pflueger.
The other points are about the Operation Albion OOB, in the 3rd BS Vizeadmiral Behncke's flagship was Konig, Kommodore Seiferling was on Markgraf and in the 4th BS Vizeadmiral Souchon was on Friedrich der Grosse and Kommodore Meurer on Kaiser.