Germany's High Seas Fleet in the First World War, Admiral Reinhard Scheer.
Memoirs of the longest serving commander of the German High Sea Fleet
during the First World War, written in 1919 to justify the performance
of his fleet and the controversial U-boat campaign. Not always
historically accurate, but a very useful insight into the attitudes and
motives of this key German commander, and the reasons behind his
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