Pedestal: the Malta Convoy of August 1942

Pedestal: the Malta Convoy of August 1942 In The Summer Of One Of The Main Issues In The Balance Was The Fate Of Malta The Island Was Still A Bastion Of The Royal Navy In The Mediterranean And A Constant Threat To The Supply Route For The Enemy Land Forces In North Africa It Bravely Resisted Every Onslaught Of The Axis Powers, But Food Supplies Were Desperately Short And Fuel Oil Running Low In August Of That Year Operation Pedestal Was Launched A Last Attempt To Relieve Malta Fourteen Merchant Ships Were Allocated To It And The Royal Navy Provided The Most Powerful Force Ever To Escort A Convoy Including Four Aircraft Carriers Operating From Sardinia And Sicily, The Germans And Italians Let Fly With Their Shore Based Aircraft On An Unprecedented Scale The Losses On The British Side Were Appalling, But The Objective Was Achieved And The Blockade Of Malta Was Finally Lifted

Born Peter Charles Smith in North Elmham, Norfolk, in 1940, eldest son of Ernest Eileen Educated at Hamonds School, Swaffham Married Patricia nee Ireson 1963 Two children, son Paul David and daughter Dawn Tracey.Editor Balfour Books, Cambridge Cape Sun, London World War II Investigator, London.After living in London, Kent and Cambridge now resides in a north Bedfordshire village with hi

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  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Pedestal: the Malta Convoy of August 1942
  • Peter C. Smith
  • 08 September 2018
  • 9780907579199

10 thoughts on “Pedestal: the Malta Convoy of August 1942

  1. says:

    exciting account of the convoy which brought relief supplies to the besieged Malta, well researched and written.

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