The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean 1900-1915

 
 

Dedicated web-sites for each book

The "Straits" Trilogy by Geoffrey Miller

 

 

 

Admiral Sir John Arbuthnot Fisher
Admiral Sir John Arbuthnot Fisher

 

THE ROYAL NAVY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN 1900 - 1915


The "Straits Trilogy" by Geoffrey Miller
 

  • Volume I: Superior Force : the conspiracy behind the escape of Goeben and Breslau
  • Volume II: Straits : British Policy towards the Ottoman Empire and the Origins of the Dardanelles Campaign
  • Volume III: The Millstone : British Naval Policy in the Mediterranean, 1900-1914, the Commitment to France and British Intervention in the War
     

These books provide a comprehensive account of British naval and diplomatic policy in the two decades prior to the Great War, focusing in particular on the escape of the German ships Goeben and Breslau [Superior Force], the origins of the Dardanelles Campaign [Straits], and the political and diplomatic imperatives behind the British decision to enter the war in August 1914 [The Millstone].

 

Please note that, in addition to this site, each book has its own, dedicated, web-site.
At two of these sites, the full text is available on-line:
www.superiorforce.co.uk  [Superior Force first eight chapters]
www.dardanelles.co.uk  [Straits complete text]
www.the-millstone.co.uk  [The Millstone complete text]

 

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Please click to go to the "Superior Force" web-site Superior Force
The Conspiracy Behind the Escape of Goeben and Breslau
xxiii + 458 pages, 20 illustrations, 2 maps
Full bibliography, notes and index
Card cover, 6" x 9"
ISBN 0 85958 635 9
Published 1996
 

For an overview of "Superior Force" (remaining within this web-site), please click:

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The full text is available on-line at www.superiorforce.co.uk

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Please click to go to the "Straits" web-site Straits
British Policy Towards the Ottoman Empire and the Origins of the Dardanelles Campaign
xxvi + 604 pages, 12 illustrations, 1 map
Full bibliography, notes and index
Card cover, 5" x 8"
ISBN 0 85958 635 9
Hardcover ISBN 0 85958 663 4 [out of print]
Published 1997
 

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The full text is available on-line at www.dardanelles.co.uk

 

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Please click to go to "The Millstone" web-site The Millstone
British Policy in the Mediterranean, 1900-1914, the Commitment to France

and British Intervention in the War
xv + 611 pages
Full bibliography, notes and index
Laminated card cover, 5" x 8"
ISBN 0 85958 690 1
Published 1999
 

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The full text is available on-line at www.the-millstone.co.uk

 

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SMS Goeben
SMS Goeben

 

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HMS Berwick : Original artwork  2004 Geoffrey Miller
HMS Berwick
[Original artwork 2004 Geoffrey Miller]

 

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