New York State Archives, NYSA_A4234-78_B2_F5_NavalIntentions
Cover of a report titled "Naval Inventions," showing a detailed drawing of a submarine. The report was written by Captain William Strother of the U.S. Navy and reprinted by permission of the Saturday Evening Post. The report is from the records of the New York State Defense Council, Correspondence Files, 1917-1918.
Why did the British and the Germans compete over naval arms production?
Why would the United States Navy be interested naval technological developments, especially that of the submarine?
Were the Germans justified in hoping that unrestricted submarine warfare would end the war more quickly?
What strategies, technologies, and weapons were developed to combat the submarine?
Science: What kind of technological developments allowed the submarine to become a viable combat vessel?
Massie, Robert K. (1992). Dreadnought: Britain, Germany, and the coming of the Great War. Ballantine Books. ISBN: 0345375564.
Massie, Robert K. (2004). Castles of Steel: Britain, Germany, and the winning of the Great War at sea. Ballantine Books. ISBN: 0345408780.