The German Naval Mutinies of World War I. Daniel Horn.

The German Naval Mutinies of World War I

Hardcover, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1969. First Edition. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. In August of 1917 and again in October-November of 1918, the High Seas Fleet of the German Navy was rocked by mutinies. The 1918 mutinies were very successful and launched the November Revolution which destroyed the German Empire. For decades, German naval archives were open only to right wing historians very protective of the naval command. This book is the first to be based on full access to the archives and describes what really happened. Spine slightly slanted. Previous owner name stamp on front free endpaper. Text is clean. Corners gently rubbed. Dust jacket spine panel is age faded. Dust jacket has moderate edgewear and some rubbing to front cover. Dust jacket now protected in Mylar. Ships same or next business day well protected in a box. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 346 pages. [Item #78784]

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