“MON., FEB., 03, 2020@13:41: RESEARCH, GERMAN U-BOATS AND ITALIAN SUBMARINES, IN THE MED., 1939/1945 DURING W.W.II.”
“NOTE: FOR WARSHIPS OF THE ALLIED NATIONS, MERCHANT VESSELS OF THE SAME, ALLIED SUBMARINES…ALL SUNK BY GERMAN U-BOATS AND ITALIAN SUBMARINES IN W.W.II/1939-1945, RESEARCH THE BOOK AXIS SUBMARINE SUCCESSES/1939-1945, BY THE GREAT DR., Jurgen ROHWER.”
“CREDIT: Complex Variables.”
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One of the many enjoyable things about historical wargames such as War at Sea (WAS) is that they represent an interesting period in history, and can spark interest and knowledge about history among players. I have enjoyed looking at the ships and rules of WAS to better understand the events of the naval war in the Atlantic.
At the start of the war, the world’s navies had been shaped for many years by treaties intended to limit naval arms races. These treaties included Washington 1922, London 1930, London 1936, the Versailles treaty affecting Germany, plus failed talks at Geneva in 1927 and 1932. Britain also had a separate agreement with Germany in 1935, absolving the Germans from some Versailles restrictions, to the dismay of France.
Treaties limited the size and armament of cruisers and larger ships, plus the numbers and/or total tonnage of various ship classes…
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