Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Dockyard Notes
- The Engineer
- vol. 89, 36657, p. 491
"… The assumption that the French submarine navy is a form of lunacy is very comfortable, but one cannot forget that fifty years ago our Admiralty doubted French sanity because they went in for screw warships across the Channel - a fact that makes the doctrine of official infallibility difficult to hold. Theories against submarine boats are just as bad as wild theories in their favour - we want facts on both sides."