The worst journey in the world – the Arctic Convoys of World War 2

Saturday, July 31, 2021@19:32-IN REGARDS to the MURMANSK RUN…W.W.II NAVAL WARFARE IN ARCTIC WATERS, RESEARCH THIS GREAT BLOG, then my COMMENT, THEN for a little POSTING-BLOG; VISITI Killick Vison-LINKEDIN…AND RESEARCH is the REWARD on GOOGLE SEARCH, and THEN GET READY TO BE INVOLVED IN W.W.II NAVAL RESEARCH…AS THE LIST GOES, ON, AND ON!!!

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

Blog credit: Author-Dorinda Balchin

BRAVO ZULU, Dorinda; LETS KEEP W.W.II NAVAL HISTORY, ALIVE!!!

Dorinda Balchin - Author

On 23rd August 1939, just days before Germany invaded Poland in the opening moves of the Second World War, the world was surprised to see two sworn enemies – Germany and Russia – sign a Non-aggression Pact in which they agreed not to go to war against each other for the next ten years. For Stalin the treaty meant that Russia could stay on peaceful terms with Germany whilst building up her own military strength; for Hitler it meant that he would be able to invade Poland unopposed. In September Hitler attacked Poland and the country was soon under Nazi control, this meant that Hitler had got what he wanted from the Pact so in June 1941, much to the anger of Stalin, Germany invade Russia with more than 3 million troops. This was the largest invasion in history (in comparison the D Day landings in Normandy saw 156,000…

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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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