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Unheard, Unseen: Submarine E14 and the Dardanelles

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In the new year of 1915, with the world locked in a terrible conflict, Winston Churchill conceived of a bold plan. Constantinople would be seized and Turkey knocked out of the war.

The key was the Dardanelles.

The British submarine E14 approached the portal of the Ottoman Empire, viewing the ominous darkness from its small conning tower, eight feet above the waves.

If a su
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Kindle Edition, 106 pages
Published July 14th 2013 by Endeavour Press Ltd.
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Interesting account of the activities of British submarines in the Dardanelles and Sea of Marmora during WWI. Having cruised through the straits several years ago, I was able to visualize what the passages of subs might have been like. A prominent war memorial can be seen from the water but I knew almost nothing about of the history behind it. This book filled in a little of that history.
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