"Naval operations (History of the Great War based on official documents, by direction of the Historical section of the Committee of Imperial Defence)"
In addition there are two other books by Dan Van Der Vat (nope that' his real name fokes) worthy of reading. First, there is his "one that got away" the SMS Goeben book (see below):
Then there is the follow on story about the (naval) events were a consequence of the fiasco (see below):
What was also fascinating was the finding of a FREE digital copy (courtesy of Microsoft and Toronto University) of the book published privately in the 1920's (at the Admiral's own expense) by the Senior British Naval Officer (C-in-C of the Mediterranean Fleet) basically defending his decision-making and actions (see below):
All of this rich history has a certain connection with Sir Winston Churchill, sadly not in a positive light.