Britain's Economic Blockade of Germany, 1914-1919


After three months of war the British admiralty realised that the Great War would last a long time. The Royal Navy was charged with preventing Germany receiving an enlarged list of goods. Eric Osborne analyses the impact of the British blockade which is nowadays considered to have been a success.


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