Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter 1: Goeben and Breslau; Chapter 2: The Royal Navy's Search for von Spee; Chapter 3: Reise, Reise; Chapter 4: The Fall of Tsingtao; Chapter 5: Emden Detached; Chapter 6: The Loss of the Australian Station; Chapter 7: Leipzig's Cruise; Chapter 8: Karlsruhe; Chapter 9: Craddock's Dilemma; Chapter 10: Cruisers off the Cape; Chapter 11: Emden's End; Chapter 12: The End of the East Asiatic; Chapter 13: Berlin and the Two Wilhelms; Chapter 14: A long way from home; Prinz Eitel Friedrich; Chapter 15: Dresden's Game of Hide and Seek; Chapter 16: SMS Konigsberg; Chapter 17: The Two First Officers; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Chris Sams was born in Gillingham Kent and studied at King Alfred's College Winchester. Whilst at University he read History specialising in the Luftwaffe and the Second World War in Germany and Japan. He also studied Social History at post graduate level. Chris continues to keep an interest in military history and is an avid reader and researcher. He also enjoys walking around ruins and local historical places of interest. This is his first book. He resides in Gillingham, Kent with his wife, daughter and two sons.