Adriatic Campaign Of World War I
The Adriatic Campaign of World War I was a naval campaign fought during World War I between the Central Powers, and the Mediterranean squadrons of Great Britain, France, the Kingdom of Italy, Australia and the United States.
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... Many Austro-Hungarian and German U-boats operated out of the Adriatic for the whole of the war ... substantial success throughout the first war years ... submarines sunk 117 ships during World War I, with the total of 220,121 long tons (223,653 t) ...
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