The long-awaited Allied hammer-blow fell on Normandy’s sweeping coastline on 6 June 1944. There the ‘second front’ – a somewhat ironic term considering the bloody battles in Italy that had been raging since 1943 – was opened against the Atlantic Wall and Germany’s days as master of Europe were numbered. All of the K-Verbände units […]K-Verbände Attacks against D-Day shipping I — Weapons and Warfare
EASTER Sunday, April 4/2021@19:24-WELL, IS THIS NOT LOOKING AS PROPAGANDA FOOTAGE, OR WHAT? I, more than precisely THINK, THAT OUT OF ALL THE RESEARCH OF W.W.II NAVAL WARFARE…THAT I HAVE COMPLETED, WITH THE BOOK AXIS SUBMARINE SUCCESSES/1939-1945, by Mr. Jurgen ROHWER; I ONLY FOUND ONE U-BOAT/GERMAN SUBMARINE…SUNK NEAR D-DAY/JUNE 6, 1944!!! I GUESS THEY OBTAINED THE HUGE CONVOY OF WARSHIPS, ETC., COMING THERE WAY…AND GOT THE HELL OUT OF THE WAY!!! FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND, THERE WERE NO WOLF PACKS NEAR THE COAST OF FRANCE, OR ANYWHERE NEAR THE FIVE BEACHES…WHERE THE ALLIES LANDED!!! BRAVO ZULU; NEAT BLOG ANYWAYS…MSW; LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR OTHER NAVAL HISTORY OF W.W.II POSTINGS!!!
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Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.