Paying the Prize for the German Submarine War: U-boats destroyed and the Admiralty Prize Fund, 1919–1932

@article{Mccartney2018PayingTP,
  title={Paying the Prize for the German Submarine War: U-boats destroyed and the Admiralty Prize Fund, 1919–1932},
  author={Innes Mccartney},
  journal={The Mariner's Mirror},
  year={2018},
  volume={104},
  pages={40 - 57}
}
This paper examines how the Admiralty paid prize money to the Royal Navy for the destruction of U-boats in the First World War. The research shows that the method by which it did so was distinct from the standard prize process, primarily because of secrecy surrounding the anti-U-boat effort. Prize payments were only made by the Admiralty to the crew of naval vessels after the war had ended and this was based on reports compiled during wartime. The payments made closely match the detailed… 
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