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Götterdämerung – June 1919 The End of the German High Seas Fleet by Robin Brodhurst

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The surrender and scuttling of the Kaiser’s High Seas Fleet at Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands is a perfect example of the folly of war, of man’s inhumanity to man, but also of the ingenuity of the human mind, featuring, as it does, two men who are perhaps archetypal examples of great British eccentricity and thus to be celebrated. Kiel Mutiny:…


ONLINE: Sir Douglas Haig and the Royal Navy

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The presentation will be live and online.   Britain’s position as a maritime power during the Great War is well documented, as her land forces grew significantly and the Western Front became the key battleground against the main enemy, how exactly did the relationship between the Royal Navy and BEF develop under Sir Douglas Haig’s command, specifi…