British Submarines of World War One

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At the beginning of the Great War the Royal navy had seventy-four submarines in commission - the largest of any of the Great Powers. Yet the Admiralty had little idea of what to do with them
At the beginning of the Great War the Royal navy had seventy-four submarines in commission - the largest of any of the Great Powers. Yet the Admiralty had little idea of what to do with them
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Author Paul Kemp
Published 1990
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 19x25
Pages 48
Weight (g) 180.0000
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