BRITISH AND GERMAN BATTLECRUISERS Their Development and Operations

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An excellent book looking at the wider forces and factors which led to the development of the Battlecruiser in both the Royal Navy and the Imperial German Navy.

The authors conclude that poor magazine protection procedures and the volatility of British cordite was the main cause of ship loss: German armour was often penetrated, despite the poor quality of British shells, but their ships did not blow up.

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