I found a book I wish I had found out about a few years earlier: "Scrimgeour's Small Scribbling Diary 1914-1916" by Alexander Scrimgeour. It's his daily diary he kept during this period He served on HMS Crescent, Alsatian and Invincible where he was in A turret and killed at Jutland when the ship was sunk. The first and third ships we did the logs of. I think someone on this site comments on the food. He points out for awhile the crew of the Crescent was eating a 18th century diet of salt pork and ship's biscuit and came close to sinking in a late 1914 storm. I hope this is of some interest.
more WW I movies:
A clip from we are from Kronstadt
The sinking of the Lusitania (2007)
a film clip of the Lusitania as she began her last voyage