Fighting and combating the undersea war The author of this book has given his readers an overview of the British submarine and anti-submarine effort during the Great War principally by describing incidents that took place involving the sailors and airman involved. His interesting narrative is full of descriptions of vessels and aeroplanes, but particularly benefits from the inclusion of many first hand reports by the men who served in the battleships, fast patrol vessels, armed trawlers and flying boats engaged in this comparatively new kind of warfare. This book is an essential addition to the library of those interested in the First World War at sea. It is available in soft cover and hard cover with dust jacket. Leonaur hard covers are cloth bound with head and tail bands and feature gold foil embossed spines-a credit to any collection.