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Outrage at Sea

Naval Atrocities in World War One

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Outrage at Sea by Tony Bridgland
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This, the follow-up to Naval Atrocities in World War 2, is an anthology of shameful incidents at sea, causing outrage on both sides. The sinking of the Lusitania was the trigger of these events, which were played out, at least initially, while an anguished and undecided America looked on. Later in the War, the Hospital Ships, carrying wounded troops home from the theatres of war, became controversial targets for U-Boats. The treatment of U-Boat crews by Allied navies was itself at times hugely controversial. At the end of it all, the world's first ever War Crimes Trials were held at Leipzig in farcical conditions.

Author Biography

Tony Bridgland is an avid military historian with a keen nose for a good story and the ability to tell it well. Previously published works include Field Gun Jack versus The Boers, Sea Killers in Disguise and Naval Atrocities at Sea 1939-1945. Tony lives in Rye, Sussex.
Release date NZ
January 22nd, 2002
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
illustrations
Imprint
Pen & Sword Books Ltd
Pages
224
ISBN-13
9780850528770
Product ID
1757589

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