British Submarines at War 1914-1918, Edwyn Gray .
Looks at the costly exploits of the young British submarine service
during the First World War, including their daring exploits in the Sea
of Marmora and the Baltic, as well as the costly routine of operations
in the North Sea, where a constant stream of submarines were lost
without the same chances for success. Focuses on the exploits of
individual subs, but also covers their development and the debates on
how they should best be use.
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