Winning the Battle of the Atlantic: 1943

WARSHIP WEDNESDAY, May 26, 2021@20:19-WELL, ALSO FOR WARSHIP WEDNESDAY on WordPress.com WE HAVE A BRAVO ZULU BLOG concerning-THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC/1939-1945…also as CONSIDERED as the LONGEST and MOST DECISIVE CAMPAIGN, concerning ALL OF W.W.II/1939-1945.

Blog credit: Birmingham at War.

Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

Birmingham War Studies

By Zoë C. Vince

This article aims to explore the various contributing factors to Allied successes in March to May of 1943.  Although the Atlantic continued to be a major theatre of operations until the end of the Second World War, it may be argued that the threat posed by German U-Boats had been greatly diminished by Allied efforts in the spring of 1943.

This author will argue that despite a variety of elements of the anti U-boat war, from intelligence to technology, combining to facilitate the withdrawal of U-boats from the North Atlantic in May 1943, it was in particular the developments in training and organisation of the Allied convoy system which can be most directly linked to German failures in this period.

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The successful application of Allied tactical and technological advancements to anti-submarine warfare, culminating in the spring of 1943, lead to a turning point in the…

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Brian MURZA/Killick Vison is battleoftheatlantic19391945; W.W.II NAVAL RESEARCHER-PUBLISHED AUTHOR, PRESENT DAY NAVAL-MILITARY ANALYST, from Canada.

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