Convoys for Britain

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Aid to Britan and the U-Boat Menace

When Winston Churchill reported to the House of Commons, April 9, the news of unfavorable war developments in the Balkans, he pointed out that “after all, everything turns upon the Battle of the Atlantic, which is proceeding with growing intensity on both sides.” After citing Britain's shipbuilding efforts and the “assurance that several millions of tons of American newly-built shipping will be available for the common struggle during the course of the next year,” he observed that “the Battle ...

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