German Submarine Warfare

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First published in 1918, this book is a record of observations and evidence compiled by the then US Consul in Queenstown, Eire. Contains detailed testimonies of survivors from over fifty vessels attacked and often sunk by German submarines during the Great War. A vivid and accurate picture of the tactics and motives of German submarine warfare is provided in the first part of the book. The second part concentrates on the attack and sinking of RMS Lusitania. Wesley Frost?s first consular post came in 1912, when he was named U.S. Consul at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. After two years, he was appointed U.S. Consul to Queenstown, near Cork. It was during his service there (1914-17), he coordinated relief operations for the survivors of the Lusitania, torpedoed by a German submarine on May 7, 1915. Many of the interviews used in his book were included as part of his official report to the United States government.


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Author(s) - Wesley Frost


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ISBN - 9781910500248

Dimensions - 19.8 x 12.9 x 1.1 cm

Page Count - 190

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