The Battle of the Atlantic

Gissen, Max
March 1941
New Republic;3/24/41, Vol. 104 Issue 12, p393
Focuses on the shipping problem of Great Britain which is much more acute and complicated that it was during the First World War. Claims that Great Britain's navy has to combat submarines, raiders and fast E-boats whose bases extend from the Arctic to Spain; Losses through bombing; Discovery of inland submarine-parts factories; Explanation of some of the startling ups and downs on the shipping-loss graph; Information about the reorganization of convoy system; Usage of French ports by Germans; Opposition of bombers against the shipping industry.


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