U-boats were sitting ducks in WWII


Deep sea hunters: RAF Coastal Command and the war against the U-boats and the German navy, 1939-45
By Martin W. Bowman
Barnsley: Pen and Sword Aviation, 2014 (GBP 25.00)

Reviewed by Major John Johnston (Rtd)
RAF Coastal Command was created as part of British rearmament in 1936 and through World War II its aircraft patrolled the waters around Great Britain, the Western Approaches, and the North Atlantic, as well as supporting operations in the Mediterranean and North Africa.

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