The War at Sea 1919

January 20: The German battle cruiser Goeben and light cruiser Breslau sailed into the Aegean Sea, but their voyage ended in disaster; the Goeben was badly damaged by British mines, and the Breslau was sunk. The Goeben, however, was saved despite British aerial bombing.

October 29: As Germany approached collapse, German commanders planned a desperate sortie to provoke a final battle with the British Grand Fleet, but the crews mutinied and seized control of the warships, ending the war at sea.