Atlantic Convoys from Sydney in the Second World War

Atlantic Convoys from Sydney in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel -1

Atlantic Convoysfrom Sydneyin the Second World War

WW2 1939 – 1945

Photographs ofBronze PlaqueSydney Boardwalk
Cape Breton Regional MunicipalityNova Scotia

Located at the west end of Wentworth Street

GPS location: 46°08’12″N 60°11’46″W

Atlantic Convoys from Sydney in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel

Photographed on 6 September 2005

Atlantic Convoys from Sydney in WW2: Sydney Boardwalk interpretative panel

Photographed on 6 September 2005


World War Two Convoys
Maritime Command Museum
http://www.pspmembers.com/marcommuseum/convoys.html


Convoy Routes – WW1 & WW2
International Registry of Sunken Ships
http://users.accesscomm.ca/shipwreck/index4.htm


Convoy
by Wikipedia
The course of the second Battle of the Atlantic was a long struggle as
the Germans developed anti-convoy tactics and the British developed
counter-tactics to thwart the Germans. The enormous number of
vessels involved and the frequency of engagements meant that
statistical techniques could be applied to evaluate tactics:
an early use of operational research in war…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convoy


Allied Merchant Navy of World War II: LINKS Page

http://members.tripod.com/~merchantships/
merchantseamentributelinks1.html


Dog Watches, Destruction, and an Enamel Cup

by Valentin Valentinovich Dremliug
An eyewitness account written by a crewman of the Russian
hydrographic ship Murmanez that rescued survivors of the
ill-fated WWII Convoy PQ-17, which was attacked in force
by German submarines and aircraft in the summer of 1942…
http://www.navyleague.org/seapower_mag/Dec2000/dremliug.htm


Destroyer Escort U-Boat Action in WW2
Destroyer Escort Sailors Association
http://www.desausa.org/de_uboat_action.htm


U.S. Merchant Marine in World War 2

http://www.usmm.org/ww2.html


uboat.net
comprehensive information about the U-boats
http://uboat.net/index.html

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