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Titel: Before Jutland: The Naval War in Northern ...
Verlag: Naval Institute Press
Einband: Soft cover
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Inhaltsangabe: Before Jutland is a definitive study of the naval engagements in northern European waters in 1914-15 when the German High Sea Fleet faced the Grand Fleet in the North Sea and the Russian Fleet in the Baltic. Author James Goldrick reexamines one of the key periods of naval operations in the First World War, arguing that a focus on the campaign on the western front conceals the reality that the Great War was also a maritime conflict. Combining new historical information from primary sources with a comprehensive analysis of the operational issues, this book is an extensive revision of The King's Ships Were at Sea, Goldrick's earlier work on this naval campaign. In all, Before Jutland shows not only what happened, but how the various navies evolved to meet the challenges that they faced during the Great War and whether or not that evolution was successful.
Über den Autor: James Goldrick is a retired two-star rear admiral in the Royal Australian Navy who led Australia's Border Protection Command and the Australian Defence College. He lives in Canberra, Australia.
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