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    The Rules of the Game: Jutland and British Naval Command

    £18.99
    Winner of the Longman's History Today Book of the Year Award and the inaugural Westminster Medal for Military Literature, this book recreates the atmosphere of the British navy in the years leading up to Jutland and gives a superb account of the battle itself and its bitterly acrimonious aftermath.
    ISBN: 9780141980324
    AuthorGordon, Andrew
    PublisherNamePenguin Books Ltd
    Pub Date25/06/2015
    BindingPaperback
    Pages720
    Availability: In Stock

    Winner of the Longman's History Today Book of the Year Award and the inaugural Westminster Medal for Military Literature

    More than a century had gone by since the Battle of Trafalgar. Generation after generation of British naval captains had been dreaming ever since of a 'new' Trafalgar - a cataclysmic encounter which would decisively change a war's outcome. At last, in the summer of 1916, they thought their moment had come...

    Andrew Gordon's extraordinary, gripping book brilliantly recreates the atmosphere of the British navy in the years leading up to Jutland and gives a superb account of the battle itself and its bitterly acrimonious aftermath.

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    Winner of the Longman's History Today Book of the Year Award and the inaugural Westminster Medal for Military Literature

    More than a century had gone by since the Battle of Trafalgar. Generation after generation of British naval captains had been dreaming ever since of a 'new' Trafalgar - a cataclysmic encounter which would decisively change a war's outcome. At last, in the summer of 1916, they thought their moment had come...

    Andrew Gordon's extraordinary, gripping book brilliantly recreates the atmosphere of the British navy in the years leading up to Jutland and gives a superb account of the battle itself and its bitterly acrimonious aftermath.