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Atlantic World War II Non-Fiction

For the most part, the Battle of the Atlantic was a convoy war, pitting Allied escorts against German U-boats. The German navy never completed its one aircraft carrier, and after the defeat of Graf Spee and the sinking of Bismarck Hitler rarely allowed any of the remaining capital ships to sortie. It was also, very much, a war of technology, with German advances in submarine design and sonar pitted against Allied advances in radar, code breaking, and ship building.