How the German navy surrendered their fleet
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How the German navy surrendered their fleet after World War One

In November 1918, after four years of naval stalemate, Germany delivered its warships into British hands without a shot being fired.

The Great British Fleet rounded up 70 German ships in the Firth of Forth 10 days after Armistice Day.

  • 21 Nov 2018