Germany's U-Boat fleet was already on wartime patrol and when the war began, they were prepared to pounce. When the war in Europe ended, U-Boats were at sea, maintaing their patrols. Allied Naval and air forces were still searching them out, and they were among the last combatants to call it quits.
It stared by Britain
the battle of the Atlantic was from 1935 to 1945
In the Atlantic
Battle of the Atlantic happened on 1939-09-03.
The atlantic ocean
What role did airplanes play in the Battle of the Atlantic?
the allies won the battle to control the alantic
how many troops were involoved in both sides of the battle of Atlantic
The Battle of the Atlantic took place September 3, 1939 to May 7, 1945.
The Battle of the Atlantic was won by Britain and her Allies .
US merchant vessels trying to ferry supplies to Britain across the Atlantic Ocean, and Germany's submarines trying to sink them before they reached their distination. That was the "Battle of the Atlantic."
During the battle of the Atlantic the weather was freezing cold not much people survived the war.
The Atlantic ocean, "a battle of merchant warfare." Merchant ships trying to reach Europe from America.
The main participants in the Battle of the Atlantic were Germany, Britain, and Canada, and later the United States. It was the longest battle of World War 2.
The cast of Battle of the Atlantic - 1941 includes: Quentin Reynolds as Narrator
The Battle of the Atlantic
They all started at sea.
The Battle of the Atlantic was a result of Nazi Germany's attempt to defeat England by removing that nation's ability to wage war .
The Battle of the Atlantic ended with the German instrument of surrender, May 7-8, 1945. The so-called "battle" lasted for the entire duration of the war.
Battle of the Atlantic
The Battle of Atlantic started in 1939. They battled the German U Boats and their ships until 1945. They say it wasn't really called a battle but rather sea skirmishes, naval campaigns and offensives. At least in the end the Allied Forces were able to halt the German Navy from doing any more harm.