By Paul Kemp
An illustrated paintings protecting the naval component to international conflict II. the topic is mentioned based on kind of motion, together with fleet activities, provider battle, submarine conflict, coastal forces and particular forces. The e-book additionally includes illustrations of existence at sea and hand over ceremonies.
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Above: A carrier task group at sea. In the foreground is an Independence class light carrier built on the hull of a Cleveland class cruiser; in the background is an Essex class carrier. Behind are a number of battleships whose role in fast carrier operations was the provision of massed defensive AA fire. CARRIER WAR 49 50 CARRIER WAR Above, far left: American personnel apply rising sun stencils to the door of their crew room aboard a carrier. Each stencil represents a Japanese aircraft shot down.
Left: An East Coast convoy assembles under the protective umbrella of barrage balloons at a British port. Even this route was vulnerable to attack by German aircraft and, especially, fast motor torpedo boats or Schnellboote. DEFENCE OF SEABORNE TRADE 59 entire Atlantic in which to manoeuvre), and the Allied success in breaking Axis codes meant that their shipping could be located with almost uncanny precision. The interdiction of the Axis transMediterranean supply route was of major significance in causing the collapse of German/Italian forces in North Mrica.
Right, centre: Escort carriers operated in all kinds of weather. This is the flight deck of HMS Fencer returning from Russia in April 1944. In such conditions the pilots in the open cockpits of the Swordfish aircraft were frozen stiff and on more than one occasion had to be lifted out of the cockpit after an operation. 64 from the USSR in February- 1945. Flying operations took place in all but the foulest weather. Top, left: Towards the end of the war, with the U-boat threat diminishing, escort carriers were used on more offensive operations.
A Pictorial History of the Sea War 1939-1945 by Paul Kemp