The Great War Magazine - Part 241 - 29 March 1919 *COMPLETE WITH COLOUR PLATE PORTRAIT OF GENERAL BYNG*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $175.00

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Condition: Good

Features: Cover portrait of Admiral Sir David Beatty, Commander-In-Chief of the Grand Fleet, watching the surrender of the German High Sea Fleet from his flagship the Queen Elizabeth. Chapter CCLXXXVII - The Surpassing Triumph of the British Navy - Failure of Germany's Submarine War and Surrender of her High Sea Fleet. Many great black and white photos. Super full-page photographic portrait of Admiral Beatty and Flag-Captain Chatfield, watching the surrender of the German Fleet. Includes photo of Admiral Beatty's historic message to the Admiralty announcing "the bloodless, most glorious triumph of the British Navy, the surrender of the seventy units of the German High Sea Fleet at the appointed rendezvous in the North Sea on November 21st, 1918, in obedience with the armistice terms." Many other historic photos. Average wear. Staples disintegrated. A worthy reference copy.