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'Zeebrugge Raid' by Alan Wakefield.


The Zeebrugge raid on 23 April, 1918, was remarkable in so many ways and the fact that it achieved so much was down to all concerned, from Vice-Admiral Keyes to the lowliest Seaman or Marine. As a result of the raid no less than eight Victoria Crosses were awarded, several of them by ballot under the little-used rule in the regulations where the co…

'Twisting the Dragon's Tail - The Zeebrugge Raid 22-23 April 1918' by Alan Wakefield


Alan Wakefield will be giving a presentation on the Zeebrugge Raid of 22-23 April 1918.    IMAGES:  Channel obstructed after the raid; (Left to right) HMS Intrepid, HMS Iphigenia and HMS Thetis. (C) IWM Q 20648B. Graphic depiction of the raid from Popular Science magazine, July 1918. Bird's-eye view of the successful British raid upon the Germa…

‘Twisting the Dragon’s Tail – the Zeebrugge Raid’ by Alan Wakefield


Alan Wakefield will be giving a talk on the Zeebrugge Raid.    IMAGES: Graphic description of the Zeebrugge Raid in World War 1 from Popular Science Magazine, July 1918 and Charles John De Lacy - HMS 'Vindictive' at Zeebrugge, 23 April 1918.