Abstract: By mid-1917 the Board of Admiralty had received a number of worrying reports about unrest amongst the men, as a result of which they launched a number of enquiries to investigate the extent of the problem. The conclusions Their Lordships drew were ambiguous in a number of respects. Th…
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“Counting Unrest: Physical Manifestations of Unrest and Their Relationship to Admiralty Perception”, in:
Brill’s Digital Library of World War I.
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