Convoy SC122 and HX229: Climax of the Battle of the Atlantic, March 1943 Martin Middlebrook

ISBN: 9781848844780

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Convoy SC122 and HX229: Climax of the Battle of the Atlantic, March 1943  by  Martin Middlebrook

Convoy SC122 and HX229: Climax of the Battle of the Atlantic, March 1943 by Martin Middlebrook
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Winston Churchill wrote, The only thing that ever really frightened me during the war was the U-boat peril. Had the convoy link between North America and Britain been broken, the course of World War II would have been different. As it was, there wasMoreWinston Churchill wrote, The only thing that ever really frightened me during the war was the U-boat peril.

Had the convoy link between North America and Britain been broken, the course of World War II would have been different. As it was, there was a period during the winter of 1942-43 when the Germans came close to cutting the North Atlantic lifeline. In the first twenty days of March, 1943, the Germans sank ninety-seven Allied merchant ships twice the rate of replacement.

During the same period seven U-boats were lost and fourteen put in service. No wonder Churchill was worried.



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