Battle of the Atlantic


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Battle of the Atlantic

n
(Historical Terms) the struggle for control of the sea routes around the United Kingdom during World War II, esp 1940–43
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5m Battle of the Atlantic memorial, on Liverpool's world-famous waterfront, is heading to America.
On May 7, Canadians from across the country will gather to commemorate the sacrifices made by the thousands of Canadians who fought so valiantly during the Battle of the Atlantic, from 1939 to 1945.
Which brings me to the subject of the Battle of the Atlantic Place.
The Battle of the Atlantic was the single most important campaign of the Second World War.
This section discusses the influence of intelligence, gained mainly through cryptography, on the Battle of the Atlantic.
Birmingham can be proud of the part it played in Britain's survival, not only in the Battle of Britain with Spitfires that were built at Castle Bromwich, but also the Battle of the Atlantic.
This weekend it is remembering the 70th anniversary of the surrender of the German U-Boat fleet, marking the end of the dramatic Battle of the Atlantic campaign during the Second World War.
Blum identified the one best suited for her interests: The Battle of the Atlantic.
VETERAN merchant seaman Homer Wenderling, who took part in the Battle of the Atlantic, has died.
Drawing on primary sources in Britain and Germany, this study of 1939's Battle of the Atlantic details the organization, training, and operation of convoy warfare on both sides and how it informed the Battle of the Atlantic.
In May, we remembered the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest continuous military campaign of World War II.
The short ceremony took place at the Pier Head memorial ahead of a private Battle of the Atlantic commemorative service at Liverpool Cathedral.