Naval-History.Net and WW1

December 2014

As part of the continuing World War 1 Centenary, Naval-History.Net has added more material to their site which will be of interest to those researching the naval and maritime history of the war.Victory-at-Sea

  1. A transcription of U.S. Admiral Sims invaluable “THE VICTORY AT SEA”, annotated with up-to-date warship and U-boat loss research.
  1. Contemporary accounts of World War 1 at sea fromTHE NAVY RECORDS SOCIETY and THE NAVAL REVIEW. The Naval Review section has extracted 640 Great War-related articles– very readable and highly recommended.
  1. The start of an ongoing project on the LOCATIONS OF ROYAL NAVY SHIPS, 1914-1918. The first part includes the log books of over 300 ships totalling some 300,000 pages.


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