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U-9: A Damned Un - English Weapon

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Merriam Press Historical Fiction 1 (2013). One morning in September 1914, a new and terrible weapon changed naval warfare forever. A single German submarine sank 3 British armored cruisers, killing nearly 1500 men. Up to that moment, few people knew submarines even existed. Overnight, terror swept England. At the beginning of the First World War, England's Royal Navy had the greatest fleet of warships the world had ever seen. Suddenly, because of one submarine's successful attack, the Royal Navy's supremacy was in question. Savage criticism rained down on the First Lord of the Admiralty, a young Winston Churchill. People are interested in events that changed the world, but few people know of this incident. It is a story that deserves to be told. With the centennial of World War I, now is the time to tell this story. Although this book is a work of fiction, it hews closely to historical events. Many of the people and most of the action described are based on memoirs written by... More > participants in the 1920s. Map.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781312465985
Edition
First Edition
Published
August 27, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
304.09 KB

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