Keeping the Allies supplied with ships and weapons was essential to victory in the dangerous waters of the North Atlantic. But the story behind how those supply lines were maintained, while German U-boats lurked at every turn, is just as exciting as any other aspect of World War II history, as this documentary illustrates.
Description by Allegro:
Features 3-D graphics and animation to show the realities of a submarine attack and the mechanics of a ship's defenses, with in-depth analysis from Dr. Tim Bean of the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. During World War II, the Atlantic lifeline was critical to the survival of both Britain and the Soviet Union. Germany's attempt to sever that lifeline with their feared U- Boats led to one of the war's most pitiless theater of operations, where men lived in constant fear of the unseen dangers of the deep.
World War II