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

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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

Author=Paul Kemp
Pages=48
Published=1990
Book Condtion=Ex public library book.library plate and stamp.generally excellent condition

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