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The Dash For Germany

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The Dash For Germany

Great Naval Battles of World War Two. The Channel Dash -12th February, 1942 -the MTB's attack. With shells from South Foreland battery landing nearby; the Scharnhorst, leading the German squadron, comes under attack from the British MTB's commanded by Lt-Cdr Nigel Pumphrey. German E-boats and destroyer Friedrich Ihn engage the MTB's as low flying FWI90's, with wheels and flaps down, look out for expected torpedo bombers. A combination of factors, poor weather, engine trouble, the high speed of the enemy ships and the actions of the German escorts, prevented the MTB's from closing to torpedo range allowing the enemy to escape without damage and head towards the safety of German home waters.

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