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Our Wonderful Navy tells the story of officers and common sailors during the First World War. With vivid accounts of sea battles John Margerison demonstrates how each section of the Navy came together to defeat their common enemy.

From the Falklands to the Gallipoli campaign, and from the sinking of the Emden and Konigsberg to the daring raid on Zebrugge, Our Wonderful Navy charts the Royal Navy’s contribution to the First World War.

How did the Navy combat German Sea Raiders? What went wrong at Gallipoli? How did the Navy support the British Army in Mesopotamia?

However, this is also an account of the men who sailed those ships.

From an officer’s beginnings in the academy to every level of sailors’ lives in the fleets, this book is rich with detail about life at sea and on land for sailors in the early Twentieth Century Royal Navy.

Our Wonderful Navy

Author: John S. Margerison

Title:Our Wonderful Navy


First Published by: Duckworth & Co

Place: London

Format: HC

Date: 1916





  • Author: John S. Margerison
  • Title: Our Wonderful Navy
  • First Published by: Duckworth & Co
  • First Published Place: London
  • First Published Format: HC
  • First Published Date: 1916

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