Battleships of World War 1, an illustrated encyclopedia of the battleships of all nations 1914-1918 – Antony Preston
Arms & Armour Press, 1972
Big Battleship, or the curious career of HMS “Agincourt”
by Richard Hough.
Michael Joseph, 1966
the career of the biggest battleship of her day, built on the Tyne for the Brazilian Navy, bought before completion by the Turks, and finally joining Jellicoe’s Grand Fleet
Bombardment of Lowestoft by the Germans, April 25th 1916
E.W.B. Squire & Sons, ca.1916
British Battle Fleet
its inception and growth throughout the centuries to the present day
Jane, Fred T.
London, S W Partridge & Co.Ltd., 1914.
the first single volume, edition of this splendid history of the British navy and the development of its ships up to the outbreak of world war one, notable for the coloured plates from paintings by the famous marine artist, W.L.Wyllie.
Convoy Protection, the defence of seaborne trade – Paul Kemp
Arms & Armour, 1993
Cowan’s War, the story of British Naval Operations in the Baltic, 1918-1920
the scarce original hardback edition.
Das Schwarze Schiff, kriegs und kaperfahrten des hilfskreuzers ‘Wolf’ – Korvettenkapitan F. Witschetzky
Witschetzky, Korvettenkapitan F.
Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1920’s
Documents Relating to the Naval Air Service, volume 1 1908-1918
Roskill, Capt. S.W. [editor]
Navy Records Society, 1969.
concentrating on the administration, organization, and personalities involved with the fledgling air service.