Title: Britain's Clandestine Submarines 1914-1915. First Edition in dustjacket.
Publisher:  Yale, 1964, 1964
Seller ID: 109116
SMITH, Gaddis. Britain's Clandestine Submarines 1914-1915. New Haven and London : Yale University Press, 1964. First Edition. Pp (6),[v]-vi,(6),-155,(7) + a 4-page section of illustrations. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine.
Anderson, Submarines, Diving and the Underwater World: A Bibliography 1143, Paine, The Submarine Registry and Bibliography SM164.
George Gaddis Smith (b. December 9, 1932, Newark, NJ), long-time Yale University historian.
Yale Historical Publications, The Wallace Notestein Essays, 4.
A study of British-American-Canadian relations in the Great War, arising from an examination of Britain's clandestine submarine building program and the role of Canadian Vickers shipyard, Montreal, in it.
1. The Setting;
2. Admiral Fisher's Crusade;
3. Charles Schwab's Contract;
4. President Wilson's Intervention;
5. Prime Minister Borden's Opportunity;
7. Canadian Anger;
8. Imperial Reforms;
9. Further American Repercussions;
10. The Submarines and the Triangle: Some Reflections.
With note on sources and index.
Name, some light foxing to early pages, else very good in rubbed, torn dustjacket. 40.00