The Atlantic Sea Lane

March 1941
New Republic;3/31/41, Vol. 104 Issue 13, p422
Focuses on the conflict between the armies of Great Britain and Germany around the Atlantic Sea. Report that mass bombing flights are aimed at wrecking the principal British ports and harbors so that cargo vessels can neither be unloaded, built nor repaired; Strategy adopted by German navy; Role played by the U.S. in the conflict; Claims that German ships are operating inside the neutrality zone; Information about the aid provided by the U.S. to Great Britain.


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