THE LAST DAYS OF THE HIGH SEAS FLEET: From Mutiny to Scapa Flow
On June 21, 1919, the ships of the German High Seas Fleet, interned at Scapa Flow since the Armistice, began to slip beneath the waves, taking their British custodians completely by surprise, 54 of 72 ships, going to the bottom of the sheltered anchorage in a gesture of heroic defiance. Jellicoe analyzes all the issues surrounding this act. 16 pages of photos.
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