This volume is mainly concerned with the Dardanelles operations from their inception as a naval diversion to their development into a major combined operation and its failure. Although the narrative is related from a naval point of view it is necessarily concerned with military movements, but they have been dealt with only in so far as seemed essential to make clear the navy’s part in supporting the army. Purely naval operations treated include the raid on the Yorkshire coast in December 1914 and the Dogger Bank action on 24th January 1915. In a separate cover are ten maps/plans accompanying the text.
OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE WAR. NAVAL OPERATIONS – VOLUME II
Mainly concerned with the Dardanelles campaign from the naval point of view. Deals with the German raid on the Yorkshire coast in December 1914 and the Dogger Bank action