Germany's High Sea Fleet in the World War


By: Admiral Reinhard Scheer
Supplied by: Pen and Sword

Format: Hardback
Pages: 375
ISBN: 9781848322097
Published: 30th April 2014
RRP / Print Price: £25.00

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Germany\'s High Sea Fleet in the World War

Anglo-German naval rivalry before 1914 had been expected to culminate in a cataclysmic fleet action in the North Sea once war was declared, a battle upon which the outcome of the war would depend: yet the two fleets met only once, at Jutland in 1916, and the battle was far from conclusive. 

In his own account of the war in the North Sea, first published in 1920, Admiral Scheer, the German commander at Jutland, gives his own explanation for the failure of either fleet to achieve the decisive victory expected of it, particularly the failure of his own operation plans that resulted in the battle of Jutland. 

This book is an invaluable account of one of the most important theatres of the First World War, written by one of its most senior commanders.

 




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