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Hampshire was ordered there to search for Emden and remained there through October and November, together with the armed merchant cruiser Empress of Asia, looking for the raider until she was destroyed on 9 November by HMAS Sydney. Hampshire then escorted a ANZAC troop convoy through the Indian Ocean and Red Sea to Egypt. Hampshire was refitted in Gibraltar in December before returning home to serve with the Grand Fleet. She was assigned the 7th Cruiser Squadron in January 1915 and was detached in November to escort shipping in the White Sea. She returned home in time to participate in the Battle of Jutland on 31 May 1916 with the 2nd Cruiser Squadron. During the battle she was never actually engaged and only fired four salvos at the German II Scouting Group that fell well short of their targets in addition to shooting at illusory submarine periscopes throughout the day.

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ハンプシャーはその場所でエムデンを探すよう命令を受け、10月から11月の間留まった。仮装巡洋艦エンプレス・オブ・アジアと合流し、HMASシドニーによって(エムデンが)11月9日に撃破されるまでの間、捜索を行った。 ハンプシャーは、ANZAC部隊の輸送を護衛しながらインド洋と紅海を通ってエジプトに入った。 大艦隊に随伴して母港に戻る前の12月にジブラルタルで修理を受けた。 1915年1月に第7巡洋艦戦隊に編入され、11月に白海での輸送船護衛を離れた。 1916年5月31日のユトランドの戦いに第二巡洋艦戦隊として参加するため母港に戻った。 戦いの間、事実上交戦することがなく、ドイツ第二哨戒部隊に目標よりも短い4回の一斉射撃を行っただけだった。加えて、一日中、幻の(潜水艦の)潜望鏡に向けて攻撃しただけだった。

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