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HALPERN, Paul G. The Naval War in the Mediterranean, 1914-1918. (Annapolis,MD): Naval Institute Press, (1987). Pp. (8),ix-xix,(1),1-631,(5). 8vo, blu e cloth with silver lettering to spine. A thorough scholarly survey of an oft-overlooked but integral aspect of the Great War. "Apart from the controversial Dardanelles campaign and the dramatic escape of the Goeben and Breslau in 1914, the Mediterranean during the First World War has been largely neglected by historians. This major study goes beyond a single campaign to look at the entire war in the area." - from the dj. Contents: 1. The Mediterranean Naval Balance; 2. The Beginning of the War in the Mediterranean and the Adriatic; 3. The Dardanelles Campaign; 4. German Submarines Arrive and Italy Enters the War; 5. Stalemate in the Adriatic and the Germans Build UpTheir Submarine Strength; 6. Macedonia, the End of the Dardanelles Campaig n and the Submarine War Intensifies; 7. The Allied Failure to Meet the Submarine Challenge in 1916; 8. The Adriatic, the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean in 1916; 9. The Submarine Crisis, 1917; 10. The Otranto Action and the Introduction of Convoys; 11. The Final Year of the War, Part One; 12. The Climax of the War. Vg in crisp dj. 125.00
Title: Naval War in the Mediterranean, 1914-1918. in dj.
Publisher: Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1987, ISBN:08702414489:
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