Asked in Britain in WW2, WW2 Allied Powers
What helped the Allies gain the advantage in the Battle of the Atlantic?
The Allies Bypassed the Atlantic to confront the Germans directly in Eourpe ...
Asked in Germany in WW2, Comparisons
What was the Germans aim in the battle of the Atlantic?
During the Battle of the Atlantic, the goal of the German Navy was to prevent Great Britain from receiving food and military supplies and to prevent the United States from building up their military forces in England. By doing this, they hoped to force Britain to surrender and to prevent and invasion of Europe. ...
Asked in World War 2, Canada in WW2, Canada
What was the importance of Canada's role in the Battle of Atlantic?
The importance of Canada in the battle of the Atlantic was to supply Britain with materials and to protect the materials from the Germans by air crafts and naval vessels. ...
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2, Canada in WW2
What is the cause of the Battle of the Atlantic during world war 2?
The Germans caused it because if the Germans got a hold of Newfoundland a province in the Atlantic they could then bomb America and take over America ...
Asked in Britain in WW2
Germany's goal in the Battle of the Atlantic was to?
During the battle of the Atlantic the primary goal of the German Navy (Kriegsmarine) and the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) was to disrupt and block the build-up of equipment and supplies for the allies. This in turn would inhibit the preparations being made by the British Isles to invade occupied Europe. ...
Asked in World War 2, Italy in WW2, WW2 Axis Powers
Did the Germans permit the Italian Navy to use German ships and aircraft under Italian command in the Battle of the Atlantic?
Yes they did begining in May,1941.
Asked in Germany in WW2
Why was the Battle of the Atlantic important to Europe?
The Battle of the Atlantic was very important to both Britain and Germany because Britain needed to control the seas between itself ant the United States to be able to receive supplies from them. The Germans wanted the Atlantic because they knew that if Britain was unable to receive supplies for war, they would have to surrender. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, World War 2
What supplies did the british need in order to hold off the Germans during the battle of the Atlantic?
Sonar and depth charges, fuel for anti submarine frigates and destroyers.