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Queenstown Patrol, 1917: The Diary of Commander Joseph Knefler Taussig, U.S. Navy
Knefler Taussig (a.); William N. Still, Jr. (ed.); Joseph & J. R. Stark (foreword). World War One is often referred to as a forgotten or neglected war, particularly American participation in it. The naval has certainly been neglected. Yet there is an abundance of unpublished, firsthand, personal papers relating to naval activities in World War One in repositories scattered throughout the U.S. The “Queenstown Patrol” diary of (then) Commander Joseph Taussig, one of these previously unpublished manuscripts, has been selected from the personal papers of Rear Adm. Taussig. This is the diary that Taussig kept during his time in command of the first U.S. destroyers to arrive in the war zone in 1917. We find in it the earliest glimpses of American naval participation in modern coalition warfare. B&W photos.
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