WAR UNDER THE RED ENSIGN 1914-1918
The Kaiser's determination to starve Britain into surrender and the development of his navy and the U-boats in particular meant that Britain's merchant navy was in the front line throughout the Great War. This history charts the progress of hostilities at sea which began with the sinking of the oil tanker San Wilfrido only eight hours after the official declaration of war. Illus.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 2784548
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