The story of World War I, and how a remote group of islands off the north of Scotland became 'the principal maritime centre of a world in conflict' and one of the most strongly fortified and most heavily controlled areas in the country. By Geoffrey Stell. Hardback.
The story of this remarkable place, weaving together history, eyewitness accounts and personal experience to capture the life and spirit of Scapa Flow when it was home to thousands of service personnel and the most powerful fleet in the world. By James Miller.
The story of the ships of Scapa Flow, their sinking and their salvage, using many previously unseen images of the recovery and subsequent removal of many of the German battleships and cruisers to Rosyth dockyard in Fife for breaking up. By Campbell McCutcheon. Paperback.
Completely rewritten, updated and expanded edition of this classic dive book. An indispensable book for all divers and those interested in classic shipwreck sites. Subsea scans reveal the wrecks in breathtaking detail. By Rod MacDonald. Paperback.