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The German naval mutinies of World War I.

by Daniel Horn

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Published by Rutgers University Press in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany.
    • Subjects:
    • Germany. Kriegsmarine,
    • Mutiny -- Germany,
    • World War, 1914-1918 -- Naval operations, German

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [331]-341.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD639.M82 G45
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 346 p.
      Number of Pages346
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5753356M
      ISBN 100813505984
      LC Control Number71075677
      OCLC/WorldCa14807

      The Navy Museum awaits you right new to Wilhelmshaven's landmark, the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Bridge. A visit to Germany’s biggest museum war ship is the best way to vividly experience everyday life at sea. The mast of the missile destroyer Mölders reaches up 40 meters high over the outdoor area of the German Navy Museum in Wilhelmshaven. Mutiny on the High Seas: The Imperial German Naval Mutinies of World War One by Daniel Horn Hardcover, Published d/w. (British Edition) Imperial German Naval Mutinies of ww1. Evolution of conflict between adherents of old feudalized naval officers & the more democratic enlisted men. more books @ Florida, United States.

      Erich Johann Albert Raeder (24 April – 6 November [citation needed]) was a German admiral who played a major role in the naval history of World War attained the highest possible naval rank, that of Grand Admiral, in , becoming the first person to hold that rank since Henning von led the Kriegsmarine for the first half of the war; he resigned in. Thanks for the A2A. The German navy fought exactly one big battle in WWI in All the other time, the sailors were garrisoned on their ships, mainly in the Northsea port of Kiel. They had lots of time to think. About the Kaiser, why he did not.

      When he secured his naval appointment in , the Prussian Navy was little more than a coastal-defense force, but during the course of his naval service, the fleet evolved into the Imperial German Navy whose High Seas Fleet played a major role in the world war.   A short history of mutinies and rebellions in the British Royal Navy and Marines from the end of World War I, Russian Revolution and up until Whilst the mutinies in the German and French Navies in the First World War have been well documented little information is available concerning the British Royal Navy.


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Hardcover, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, First Edition. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. In August of and again in October-November ofthe High Seas Fleet of the German Navy was rocked by Edition: First Edition. German sailors begin to mutiny.

With the end of the war seemingly in sight, the German naval command—led by the Admiralty’s chief of. Books The German naval mutinies of World War 1. description Object description. Bibl.:p Object description.

Includes index. Show more. Object details Category Books Related period First World War (content), First World War (content) Creator HORN, DANIEL (Author) Rutgers University Press (Publisher) Production date Place made. The German naval mutinies of World War I (1st Edition) by Daniel Horn Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / A fascinating study well-researched and equally well-written tracing the evolution of naval conflict.

The High Seas Fleet (Hochseeflotte) was the battle fleet of the German Imperial Navy and saw action during the First World formation was created in Februarywhen the Home Fleet (Heimatflotte) was renamed as the High Seas l Alfred von Tirpitz was the architect of the fleet; he envisioned a force powerful enough to challenge the Royal Navy's predominance.

but Buchheim's emphasis on the extreme youth of German submariners 2. Contrasting views of this conflict are provided by Daniel Horn, The German Naval Mutinies of World War I (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, ),and Ernst Legahn, Meuterei in der Kaiserlichen Marine (Herford: Koehlers, ),   Sailors of the Kreigsmarine, the German Navy, mutiny in Kiel.

German Sailors Mutiny, 28 October O n 28 October,sailors in the German High Seas Fleet steadfastly refused to obey an order from the German Admiralty to go to sea to launch one final attack on the mighty British navy, echoing the frustrated, despondent mood of many on the side of the Central Powers during the.

War, Mutiny, and Revolution in the German Navy: The World War I Diary of Seaman Richard Stumpf Hardcover – January 1, by Richard Stumpf (Author), Daniel Horn (Editor) out of 5 stars 3 ratings See all formats and editions5/5(3).

The German naval mutiny at Kiel in Oct. was caused by the rumor of a suicide atttack planned against the British navy. The mutinies had significant results, producing reforms and new officers. According to William Dean, the soldier in the trenches ultimately determined. The Kiel Mutiny was triggered by secret German Navy plans to launch a final suicide attack upon the British Royal Navy as the war reached its conclusion at the end of October Sponsored Links Although the mutiny eventually spread across Germany and ended in revolution it was initiated by sailors attached to the High Seas Fleet.

This mutiny took place in port and on land, in the naval base of the Bay of Kotor (Cattaro), Montenegro, on the Adriatic Sea. The Austro-Hungarian navy saw a lot of action in World War I, taking part in the Battles of Durazzo and the Otranto Straits, and bythe sailors of some 40 different ships of the 5th Fleet had grown so sick of the.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: American edition published in under title: The German naval mutinies of World War I. An edition of War, mutiny, and revolution in the German Navy () War, mutiny, and revolution in the German Navy the World War I diary of seaman Richard Stumpf.

navy forced recruitment from the heavily-populated cities, as did the rising need for trained machinists and technicians. These new sailors were class-conscious, already being familiar with socialist ideas unlike the fishermenFischer, 12Daniel Horn, The German Naval Mutinies of World War I, (New Brunswick, New.

THE GREAT WAR - Week by Week Years Later S5 • E12 Kaiserschlacht - German Spring Offensive I THE GREAT WAR Week - Duration: The Great War. 1 hour ago  History Book What-If: Four Ways Germany Could Have Won World War I.

It is easy to assume that German defeat was inevitable at the hands of an Allied coalition richer in manpower, weapons and money. In particular, this article argues that the national idea codified in the navy prior to the war was then challenged by the navy’s generally poor experience during the First World War.

This contributed to the naval revolts of which caused a reevaluation of the German nation and toppled the empire. Naval Warfare in World War I was mainly characterized by blockade. The Allied Powers, with their larger fleets and surrounding position, largely succeeded in their blockade of Germany and the other Central Powers, whilst the efforts of the Central Powers to break that blockade, or to establish an effective counterblockade with submarines and commerce raiders, were eventually unsuccessful.

German Naval mutiny (October ) The inactivity of the German High Seas Fleey was a factor in the naval mutiny at Kiel that hastened the German surrender. Sources. Keegan, John. The First World War (Knopf, ), p. Massie, Robert K. Castles of Sea: Britain, Germany, and the Winning of the Great War at Sea (Random House, ), p.By the end of summerthe German Empire had lost World War I in a swift defeat at the hands of Allied forces on the western front.

In early November, the German war effort collapsed, with disorderly retreats, widespread mutinies, and a revolution that overthrew .Test your knowledge on all of World War I (–). Perfect prep for World War I (–) quizzes and tests you might have in school.