76TH BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC/1939-1945,UNDAY, May 02, 2021@20:44-WELL FINALLY ALMOST ALL DAY, AND WE HAVE MATERIALS ON THE TOUGHEST ADVERSARY OF OUR ALLIES, IN THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC/1939-1945…WHICH WERE THE GERMAN KRIEGSMARINE U-BOATS, THE GREY WOLVES!!!
THIS IS WHERE Hitler and GERMANY COULD HAVE WON THE WAR/1939-1945; WAS THE ONLY CHANCE IN A GERMAN HELL-THE KRIEGSMARINE GERMAN U-BOATS, WITH THE NON-FICTION NAVAL WARFARE DUTY, OF SINKING ANY ALLIED WARSHIP and ALLIED MERCHANT VESSEL AFLOAT!!!
SO, ANYWAY, RESEARCH IS THE REWARD; AND RESEARCH THIS BLOG REALLY GOOD, AS THE BEST ADVERSARY IN ALL THE AXIS…GERMANY, ITALY, JAPAN; WAS THE GERMAN U-BOAT…WHICH IF GIVEN TOP MILITARY PRIORITY…COULD HAVE AND WOULD HAVE, BROUGHT GERMANY AND ALL THE AXIS, VICTORY IN W.W.II/1939-1945!!!
Blog Credit: ROBERT WHISTON’S WEBLOG.
ENJOY; AND BRAVO ZULU, GREAT BLOG, Robert!!!
Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
Until the birth of Elektroboots, submarines had essentially been “submersibles”, i.e. warships with the temporary ability to submerge.
There was nothing in the Allied arsenal that could match what was thought to be the parameters of the new type of German U-boat then thought to being built in considerable numbers. Naval intelligence and encounters by Allied shipping revealed there to be a new and substantially faster U-boat (the Type XXI), that could remain fully submerged for unheard of lengths of time.
Suddenly the counter-measure days of simply ‘sitting on top’ of a U-boat until it ran out of breathable air were gone. The speed advantage a surface escort vessel had in…
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