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Watson, Ian. Bloody Orkney? A comparison of the perceptions held by sailors and the reality of leisure and recreational opportunities at Scapa Flow during the First World War. pp. 323-336.

Ewin, Toby. Navy interrogations of PoWs in the Black Sea War, 1914 and 1916. pp. 337-357.

There's also a review of Harris, M. Harwich submarines in the Great War: the first submarine campaign of the Royal Navy in 1914 (Helion, 2021).

sJ

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11 hours ago, seaJane said:

Ewin, Toby. Navy interrogations of PoWs in the Black Sea War, 1914 and 1916.

Thanks SJ.

This was a good read with interesting insights into the effectiveness of the Russian attacks on the Ottoman supply of coal from their mines near the Anatolian north coast to Istanbul and their fleet. It restricted both the Ottoman supply lines and the offensive capacity of their navy.

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18 hours ago, seaJane said:

There's also a review of Harris, M. Harwich submarines in the Great War: the first submarine campaign of the Royal Navy in 1914 (Helion, 2021).

Thanks for highlighting the review.

For those who don't have access to The MM, Richard Channon's review was first published in The Naval Review and is available on the public area of their website:

https://www.naval-review.com/book-reviews/harwich-submarines-in-the-great-war-the-first-submarine-campaign-of-the-royal-navy-in-1914/

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Thank you both.

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