By Norman Franks
This booklet summarizes the tale of the way RAF Coastal Command overcame the German U-boat hazard in the course of the moment international struggle and the way the escalation of the U-boat warfare promoted the advance of anti-submarine battle, resulting in victory over this risk within the Atlantic.
At the beginning of the struggle, RAF Coastal Command had almost no genuine probability of both discovering or sinking Germany's submarines, yet inside of a brief time period, new tools of detecting and supplying lethal ordnance with which to sink this underwater hazard have been dreamt up and carried out.
It took the boys of Coastal Command lengthy hours patrolling over a regularly opposed sea, in every kind of climate, yet their diligence, perseverance and commitment gained via, saving numerous lives of either service provider and army seamen out within the chilly wastes of the Atlantic and contributing a lot to the ultimate victory over Nazi Germany. This new addition to the pictures of conflict sequence serves as a tribute to those males, recording their exploits in phrases and photographs.