British submarine crews in World War I faced almost as great a danger from their new and untried vessels as they did from enemy action. In addition to attacks on naval vessels and merchant ships, the submarines conducted early versions of "e;economy of force"e; operations, with a few submarines bottling up large numbers of German and Turkish vessels in the Baltic and Mediterranean.
British Submarines in the Great War
Pen and Sword
A Damned Un-English Weapon
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