1918, Berlin, First Lord of the Admiralty, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Imperial German Navy, King Constantine I, Lamia, monarchy, mutiny, prisoners of war, Royal Navy, Russia, Sir Douglas Haig, Sir Eric Geddes, Stefanos Skouloudis, strike, submarine, Ukraine, Ukrainian War of Independence
Sir Douglas Haig reports 171 German prisoners captured in January. Greek troops mutiny at Lamia; mutiny suppressed and MM. Skouloudis and Lambros and other adherents of ex-King Constantine arrested. Central Powers recognize the Ukraine Republic. Slight disturbances in Berlin; strikes on the wane. Sir Eric Geddes on submarine campaign; he believes we are now sinking submarines as fast as Germany can build them; the U-boats are held, and tonnage losses are less than in period before unlimited submarine warfare.