Title THE GREAT WAR AT SEA: A HISTORY OF NAVAL ACTION 1914-18.
Publisher Arthur Barker, London, 1965.
Seller ID 24087
336 pp, 8vo (8 5/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. "Written with crisp authority, in a tense, documentary style (this book) presents an unforgettable picture of the battles, the ships, and the fighting men who se blood reddened the seven seas though more than four flaming years of the Great War....(It) ranges over all the world's oceans, from the ice-filled waters of the Arctic to the remote coaling stations of the southern seas. It tells of the m i g h t y l ine of battleships and cruisers whose collision at Jutland resulted in the war's vastest engagement. It describes the revolutionary entry of the dreaded submarine onto the naval scene with the exploits of Kapitanleutnant Otto Weddingen 's U -9 a ga i ns t a trio of British cruisers in the North Sea. And it supplies a possible solution to one of the great maritime mysteries of all time - the baffling disappearance at sea of the collier Cyclops." Light edge wear, light wrinkling at to p/b ott om of sp ine, light rubbing, two tiny and one small corner bump. Dust jacket has chips and tears with old tape repairs, light edge wear/wrinkling, light rubbing, crease down front flap. Very Good-/Fair