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Cruisers in Battle

Between 1914 and 1918, the ubiquitous British cruisers could be found roaming the seas from China to Peru, the Arctic Circle to the Cape of Good Hope. From chance encounters and perilous minefields to more traditional actions against the German fleet, Bywater illustrates the many functions of the cruiser through the experiences of those crewing them. Drawing heavily on both British and German official histories in order to produce a fair and objective picture, as well as the letters of those aboard during operations, ‘Cruisers in Battle’ is richly detailed in its charting of these naval cavalrymen under fire.

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