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The Naval Blockade


by Louis Guichard

Under her commander Captain Koenig, the German merchant submarine "Deutschland", largest in the world, ran the British blockade of Germany and British ships off the US coast to reach the neutral United States, arriving in Baltimore Harbor July 10, 1916.
Postcard of the Deutschland of Bremen, and the tugboat Thomas F. Timmins of Baltimore.
Caption:
The German U Boat "Deutschland"
Largest in the World
And her commander - Captain Koenig
Arriving Baltimore Harbor - July 10th, 1916
Reverse:
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Under her commander Captain Koenig, the German merchant submarine "Deutschland", largest in the world, ran the British blockade of Germany and British ships off the US coast to reach the neutral United States, arriving in Baltimore Harbor July 10, 1916.
Postcard of the Deutschland of Bremen, and the tugboat Thomas F. Timmins of Baltimore.

The Naval Blockade, 1914-1918 by Louis Guichard, Translated and Edited by Christopher R. Turner

Publisher: D. Appleton & Company, 1930

Copyright: 1930, by D. Appleton and Company