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History of the great war. THE MERCHANT NAVY Volume II continues the narrative from the Lusitania sinking to the eve HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR. THE MERCHANT NAVY VOLUME I book the German Declaration of unrestricted submarine warfare on 1st February As Master of the Merchant Navy and Fishing Meets, I welcome the opportunity offered me by Sir Archibald Hurd of contributing a few introductory remarks to the volume which completes the history, based on official documents, of the magnificent part played by British Merchantmen in the Great War.
In the first volume of this History of the part which the Merchant Navy took in the Great War, the record was carried down to the early months ofwhen the conscience of the world was shocked by the torpedoing of the Lusitania, with a loss of nearly 1, lives.
This is an important book. The first of five volumes it details the surprising history of British merchant shipping which had a profounder influence on Great Britain and the modern world than many people think and certainly complements the history of the Royal Navy/5(27).
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Journal, May pages Also. The U.S. Navy Department's Office of Naval History under Rear-Admiral J. Heffernan, U.S.N., has also given me generous help in comparing British records with its own. It was to be expected that criticisms of my first volume would reach me after publication, but I have been encouraged by the fact that they have been generous rather than severe.
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