The Coward? The Rise and Fall of the Silver King, Steve R. Dunn.
A look at the life and mistakes of Admiral Ernest Troubridge, a British admiral best known for his failure to intercept the Goeben in
the Mediterranean at the start of the First World War. The aim is to
try and work out why Troubridge acted as he did in 1914, examining the
late Victorian and Edwardian navy, his own career and decisions he made
elsewhere in his life to try and work out what made him tick
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