AT SEA: Wolf War

The British Admiralty remained ominously silent last week about what Germany described as one of the war's fiercest submarine attacks. Hunting in a pack, guided to a big convoy by air reconnaissance, the U-boats were said to have hit and sunk 16, perhaps 18 ships west of Ireland, including a merchant cruiser. With other losses from scattered attacks by bombers and U-boats, this furious assault, would shoot Britain's tonnage loss for the week far above 100,000 — if true.

Wolf Sighted. About 700 miles northeast of Montevideo, H. M. S. merchant cruiser Carnarvon Castle (20,122-ton motorship, former star of...

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