Adriatic Campaign of World War I

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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Adriatic Campaign Of World War I - Austro-Hungarian Submarines Results
... Many Austro-Hungarian and German U-boats operated out of the Adriatic for the whole of the war ... system, U-boats experienced substantial success throughout the first war years ... Kriegsmarine submarines sunk 117 ships during World War I, with the total of 220,121 long tons (223,653 t) ...

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