I like the part of the story which quotes a certain Gary Campbell as saying that it was “entirely feasible” that a large sea creature disabled the submarine. Given that Mr. Campbell is said by the story to be “the keeper of the Official Sightings Register of the Loch Ness Monster,” it’s unlikely that he’d dismiss accounts about marine monsters as being nonsensical tall tales from sailors who’d consumed one glass too many at the local tavern.
WW1 history book
Looking for the best book on WW1. Any recommendations
History only or books in general?
The Guns of August comes to mind.
So does All Quiet on the Western Front.
All quiet on the western front is a great work.
seems that ww1 was a real mess… like everyone was mad at each other, just to blow steam off. Crazy war.