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THE SECOND WORLD WAR AT SEA IN PHOTOGRAPHS 1941

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At the beginning of 1941, Britain stood alone against Germany and Italy. The Battle of the Atlantic was in full swing. Hitler’s U-boats were operating in packs, descending on convoys and sinking many millions of tons of shipping. A major breakthrough came when a naval Enigma code machine was captured from the U-boat U-110.


With the attack by Hitler on Russia in June, convoys began to be sent up the coast of Norway to the northern ports of Murmansk and Archangel, carrying war material to support the struggling Soviets. December 1941 saw the war become a truly global conflict, with the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Indonesia bringing the United States into the war.


 Using many rarely seen images, Phil Carradice tells the story of 1941: The War at Sea

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