The Defeat of the U-Boats during World War II

@article{Schofield1981TheDO,
  title={The Defeat of the U-Boats during World War II},
  author={Vice-Admiral B. B. Schofield},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  year={1981},
  volume={16},
  pages={119 - 129}
}
Sir Winston has recorded’ that his first Admiralty Minute after taking office as First Lord in September 1939, was concerned with the strength of the enemy’s U-boat fleet. ’There were now in 1939 two dangers to be considered’, he has written,2 ‘the first the old one of submarine incursion; the second the new one of the air’, and he was surprised to find that ’the new danger from the air’ had been almost entirely ignored in regard to the defence of the main fleet base and he might well have… Expand
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