Lesson 16 (WWII, LANT part 1)

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Lesson 16 The US Navy in North Africa, the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic 1941-1942
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Learning Objectives Comprehend the absolute priority given to keeping the sea lanes to Britain open. Know the relationship between Roosevelt and Churchill in the establishment of the United Nations and the broad concepts of Allied strategy. Comprehend the confrontation between German U-boat strategy versus Allied convoy Antisubmarine (ASW) strategy in the Atlantic. Know German surface raider effectiveness . Comprehend the differences between British “War of Attrition” versus American plans for a direct confrontation with Germany. Comprehend how Allied amphibious landings assisted in ending the war in Europe.
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Remember our Themes! The Navy as an Instrument of Foreign Policy Interaction between Congress and the Navy Interservice Relations Technology Leadership Strategy and Tactics Evolution of Naval Doctrine
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British Convoy Strategy Strategy adopted from the outset Recognizes the importance of keeping the lines of
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  • Spring '14
  • World War II, HMS Royal Oak, British Convoy Strategy, Allied convoy Antisubmarine, HMS Courageous

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