By Paui Schmalenbach
Bismarck [Warships in Profile 18] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: Paui Schmalenbach Название: Bismarck [Warships in Profile 18] Издательство:Profile guides Ltd Год: 1973 Формат: pdf,rar+3% Размер: 5.7MB Язык: английскийСтраниц: 28*2 hotfile.com.com fifty one
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The Admiralty feared that Germany would use the radio and cable network to monitor the trade routes and direct German cruisers against British shipping. Capture or destruction of the cable and radio stations would prevent this. It would also contribute to the economic war against Germany. Without the cables, Germany would have to rely on the long-distance transmitter at The Information Network and the Outbreak of War 23 Nauen or attempt to pass information secretly through British or allied cables.
70 Fitting out new ships would have involved custom construction and specialized equipment, which would have been a difficult diversion of manpower and tonnage the country could have ill afforded. Indeed, Britain lost two important cable ships in European waters during the early part of the war, the Monarch to a mine off the straits of Dover in 1915, and the Dacia to a U-boat off Madeira as the ship returned from cable work in 1916. With British cable ships gone or seriously depleted, German raids on the remaining cables would have had more lasting effect.
Room 40 now came under the direction of Captain Reginald “Blinker” Hall, and he took advantage of his organization’s abilities and its growing importance to seek out new sources of traffic. Under Hall’s leadership, Room 40 moved beyond simply analyzing intercepted German tactical naval communications to examining commercial, diplomatic, and military traffic of every kind. Hall arranged to acquire copies of the intercepted mails and cable messages that the Home and War Offices had been examining since the beginning of the war, even though the Admiralty was not permitted to have access to either of these.
Bismarck by Paui Schmalenbach