Fw 200 Condor vs Atlantic Convoy - 
      Robert Forczyk
    
      Ian Palmer
    
      Howard Gerrard
    
      Tony Bryan
    
      Tim Brown

Fw 200 Condor vs Atlantic Convoy

1941–43

; Ian Palmer (Illustratør) ; Howard Gerrard (Illustratør) ; Tony Bryan (Illustratør) ; Tim Brown (Illustratør)

After the fall of France in 1940, Germany attempted to strangle Britain into submission by attacking the Atlantic Convoys, which brought much need supplies and war material from the USA and Canada. While the U-boats attacked from beneath the seas, the Germans modified a civilian airliner to create the Fw-200 Condor to attack from the skies. Les mer
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After the fall of France in 1940, Germany attempted to strangle Britain into submission by attacking the Atlantic Convoys, which brought much need supplies and war material from the USA and Canada. While the U-boats attacked from beneath the seas, the Germans modified a civilian airliner to create the Fw-200 Condor to attack from the skies. By the summer of 1941, the Condor attacks had succeeded to the extent that Winston Churchill called them 'the scourge of the Atlantic'. This book discusses the development of the Condor, and analyzes the various Allied responses, including the development of the Hurricat, a modified hurricane that could be launched via catapult from modified merchant ships.
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Forlag: Osprey Publishing
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 80
ISBN: 9781846039171
Format: 25 x 18 cm
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Robert Forczyk has a PhD in International Relations and National Security from the University of Maryland and a strong background in European and Asian military history. He retired as a lieutenant-colonel from the US Army Reserves having served 18 years as an armour officer in the US 2nd and 4th infantry divisions and as an intelligence officer in the 29th Infantry Division (Light). Dr Forczyk is currently a consultant in the Washington, DC, area.