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success of Britain involves.
It is certain that the war was won by the possession of Great Britain of the command of the seas. Had the German navy prevailed over the British, the overlord-ship of the world would have been in Germany’s hands.
In Napoleon’s time the victory of Nelson at Trafalgar gave the command of the seas to the British, and sealed the fate of the Corsican.
History has repeated itself, and it was the supremacy of the British navy that saved Europe and the world from the German peril.
The crisis through which the Empire has passed since August, 1914, has been the severest in its history.
The crushing of Germany ranks in importance with the defeat of the Spanish Armada and the final breaking of Napoleon’s power at Waterloo.