“This is the only time I have been congratulated for losing ships. . . .” – Cdre. Cecil Reyne, commander of convoy SL-125 On Oct. 22, 1942, the convoy carrying troops for Operation Torch embarked from harbors in Chesapeake Bay for the landing beaches of French Northwest Africa. So great was the need for escort … Continue reading Convoy SL-125: Sacrificial Lamb For Operation Torch?
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