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WORLD WAR ONE NAVAL - BOOKS FOR SALE
The list is in random order, i.e. not by alphabet or by price.
They are mostly hardback, except where indicated.
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GERMAN WARSHIPS OF WWI - 28.00
The RN's Official Guide to the Capital Ships, Cruisers, Destroyers, Submarines and Small Craft 1914-1918.
Published by Greenhill Books 1992. Over 400 pages of plans, photographs and specifications.
Excellent condition.

THE GRAND FLEET 1914-1916 - 12.50
By Admiral Jellicoe. Published 1919. Over 500 pages of detail on the Royal Navy, its ships and bases, covering the period up to and including the Battle of Jutland. Ex libris.

JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS OF WWI (Studio Edition) - 20.00
1990 Edition. More than 1000 illustrations of all the combatants 1914-1918. Very good condition.

A NAVAL HISTORY OF WWI - 35.00
By Paul G. Halpern. Published by UCL Press 1995 (first published 1994).
590 pages covering all aspects of the war at sea. With maps. Excellent condition.

WARSHIPS OF WORLD WAR I - 13.50
Published by Phoebus 1973. 160 pages, well illustrated by photographs and drawings showing the various warships taking part in the conflict and the actions in which they participated. Excellent condition.

THE AUXILIARY PATROL - 25.00
By E. Keble Chatterton 1923. Over 300 pages of detailed accounts of the multitude of small ship actions carried out in WWI, written by someone who took part in many of them. In fair condition.

Q SHIPS AND THEIR STORY - 25.00
By E. Keble Chatterton. 1922. Over 250 pages of text with some photographs and plans. Fascinating story of those wolves in sheep's clothing on the high seas in WW1. In good condition.

THE NAVAL ANNUAL 1913 - 15.50
By David and Charles. 1970 reprint (first published 1913). A comparison of the navies of the powers at the start of the World War. Illustrated with scale drawings. Excellent condition.

THE PHANTOM FLOTILLA - 7.50
By Peter Shankland. Fascinating story of how Britain dragged two motor launches through dense African bush for hundreds of miles to combat the German naval presence on Lake Tanganyika. The party was under the command of one of the most flamboyant egotistical naval commanders the RN has ever produced.
Ex libris.

BALTIC EPISODE - 15.00
By Capt. Augustus Agar V.C. Published 1963. The story of British Coastal Motor Boat actions in the Gulf of Finland in 1919 when the results of the revolution was still in the balance. In excellent condition.

Q BOAT ADVENTURES - 15.00
By Lt. Commander H. Austen V.C.  FIRST EDITION. A stirring factual account of the Q boat actions of WW1 by someone who was there. Good condition.

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN WARSHIPS OF WWI - 75.00  SOLD
By Rene Greger. Published 1976. A sought after book. Gives specifications and b/w pictures of the fleets of these countries during the conflict, also a large section on their aircraft. In excellent condition.

JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS 1914 - 25.00
Edited by Fred T. Jane. A 1969 reprint of the 1914 edition. 500 pages of details, pictures and plans of the World navies in 1914. Good condition.

THE MOTOR SHIP MOTOR BOAT - 30.00
A hardback publication comprising copies of this magazine July to December 1914. Lots of articles, plans etc of large and small craft of the time. The cover is damaged.

WARSHIPS OF WW1 No. 4 - MISCELLANEOUS - 5.00
By H.M. Le Fleming. Paperback. 70 pages of b&w photographs and information.

THE FLEET THAT HAD TO DIE - 5.00
By Richard Haugh. Published 1963. An account of the battle of Tsu-Shima between Russia and Japan. Acceptable condition.

NAVAL BATTLES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR - 3.00
By Geoffrey Bennett. 1983 edition. Paperback. An account of the various naval battles in the first World War.

SUBMARINE BOATS: The beginnings of underwater warfare - 5.00
By Richard Compton-Hall. Published 1983. Paperback. 180 pages of b&w photographs and information on the early years of submarine warfare. Acceptable condition.

ZEEBRUGGE - 5.00
By Barrie W. Pitt. Published 1958. Over 200 pages of photographs, plans and text covering this iconic raid.
Good condition.

DREADNOUGHTS IN CAMERA - 25.00
By R.D. Thomas and Brian Patterson. Published 1998. 180 pages of mainly photographs (b&w), text and plans of dreadnoughts. Excellent condition.

BRITISH DESTROYERS IN WORLD WAR ONE - 5.00
By R.A. Burt. Published 1986 by Arms & Armour Press Ltd. 60 plus pages of photographs. Good condition.

BRITISH SUBMARINES OF WORLD WAR ONE - 5.00
By Paul J. Kemp