The Battle Of The Atlantic: How The Allies Won The War by Jonathan DimblebyThe Battle Of The Atlantic: How The Allies Won The War by Jonathan Dimbleby

The Battle Of The Atlantic: How The Allies Won The War

byJonathan Dimbleby

Paperback | November 24, 2015

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The gripping tale of the campaign that ultimately determined the outcome of the Second World War.

The Battle of the Atlantic -- the longest campaign of the Second World War and the most destructive naval campaign in all history -- was crucial to the Allied victory.

If the German U-boats had prevailed, the maritime artery across the Atlantic would have been severed. Mass hunger would have consumed Britain, and the Allied armies would have been prevented from joining in the invasion of Europe. There would have been no D-Day.

From senior members of the competing High Commands in London, Washington, Berlin and Moscow down to the humblest sailor, The Battle of the Atlantic tells the epic story of the decisions that led to victory, and the horror and humanity endured in those perilous seas.
JONATHAN DIMBLEBY is a writer, broadcaster and film-maker. He presents Any Questions? for BBC Radio 4 and presented ITV's flagship weekly political programme, This Week, for over ten years. In 2008 his five-part series on Russia was broadcast by BBC 2, accompanied by his book, Russia: A Journey to the Heart of a Land and Its People; o...
Title:The Battle Of The Atlantic: How The Allies Won The WarFormat:PaperbackDimensions:576 pages, 9.16 × 6.01 × 1.61 inPublished:November 24, 2015Publisher:Penguin UkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0241186617

ISBN - 13:9780241186619

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• "I believe the outcome of this struggle is going to be decided in the Atlantic and unless Hitler can win there he cannot win anywhere in the world in the end." -- President Roosevelt, 1941