U-Boats Around Ireland
The Story of the Royal Navy’s Coast of Ireland Command During the First World War
by Guy Warner
In this well-researched and readable new book, Guy Warner tells the story of the vital role Ireland played during the First World War. Together with examining the growth in Royal Navy anti-submarine activities and the roles of key personnel, it also looks at the important part played by rapidly developing technology and the measures devised to counter this new enemy – the U-boat. A fascinating account that also highlights the role the US Navy played from 1917 onwards and comes fully illustrated with many rare and previously unpublished images. A great read and recommended to anyone with an interest in naval warfare during the Great War. 239 pages, illustrated throughout with b&w photography.
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