Over the centuries the restless sea in its savage moods has cast many grim and sad tidal relics into the bays and onto the beaches that seam Mayo’s storm-battered Atlantic coast. But nothing to match the scale of human tragedy that came ashore from the Battle of the Atlantic during World War 2. Scores of […]The Tides of War — MAYO.ME
“WARSHIP WEDNESDAY, December 8, 2021@18:46-BRAVO ZULU to Mr. Anthony HICKEY on this Battle of the Atlantic/1939-1945 BLOG, and THEM SOME!!! Mr. HICKEY…PRODUCED NINE-9 PAGES of more than precisely WRITING and PHOTOGRAPHY, etc., of NOT JUST my FAVOURITE SUBJECT, THE BATTLE of the ATLANTIC/1939-1945, though The Longest and Most Decisive Military Campaign-of ALL CONCERNING the SECOND WORLD WAR; The Battle of the Atlantic/1939-1945…so, AS I POST Mr. HICKEY’S GREAT BLOG…on WARSHIP WEDNESDAY, it is NOW FOR YOU TO CONSUME and ENJOY READING and RESEARCHING…The Battle of the Atlantic/1939-1945!!!
Yours Aye: Brian CANUCK Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
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