Silent Watchers: England's Navy during the Great War: What It Is, and What We Owe to It

By: COPPLESTONE, Bennet

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COPPLESTONE, Bennet. The Silent Watchers: England's Navy during the Great War: What It Is, and What We Owe to It. New York : E.P. Dutton & Company, (1918). Pp.(4),v-ix,,(1), [1]-342. Nine maps in the text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front and spine. Contents : Prologue: After the Battle. 1. A Band of Brothers. 2. The Coming of War. 3. The Great Victory. 4. With theGrand Fleet: A North Sea "Stunt." 5. With the Grand Fleet: The Terriers an d the Rats. 6. The Mediterranean: A Success and a Failure, 7. In the South Seas: The Disaster Off Coronel. 8. In the South Seas: Cleaning Up. 9. How the Sydney Met the Emden. 10. From Strength to Strength. 11. The Cruise of the Glasgow: Part I - Rio to Coronel. 12. Part II - Coronel to Juan Fernandez. 13. The Battle of the Giants: Part I. 14. The Battle of the Giants:,PartII. Epilogue: Liieutenant Caesar. Very good. 30.00

Title: Silent Watchers: England's Navy during the Great War: What It Is, and What We Owe to It

Author Name: COPPLESTONE, Bennet

Categories: 80,

Publisher: E.P. Dutton & Company, New York, 1918,:

Seller ID: 100141

Keywords: NAUTICAL NAVAL BRITISH ENGLISH ROYAL NAVY UNITED KINGDOM WAR WW1 HISTORY,