Allied Losses

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Timeline Of The Battle Of The Atlantic (1939-1945) - Month-by-month Summaries - 1940
... January Allied losses are 73 vessels totaling 214,500 tons, of which 40 vessels totaling 111,200 tons are sunk by submarines ... February Allied losses are 226,900 tons, of which 45 vessels totaling 169,500 tons are lost to submarines ... March Allied losses are 45 vessels, of which 23 are lost to submarines ...
No. 303 Polish Fighter Squadron - History - The Battle of Britain August–October 1940
... Dover, Frantisek claimed his second victory with a total of 17 victories he was the top-scoring Allied fighter pilot during the Battle of Britain. 13 victories for three Hurricanes damaged (actual Luftwaffe losses were nine in total). 303 Squadron claimed the largest number of aircraft destroyed of the 66 Allied fighter squadrons engaged in the Battle of Britain, even though it joined the fray two ...
Mediterranean U-boat Campaign (World War I) - History - 1918: Final Stages
... Allied losses continued to fall during the year, while U-boat losses mounted ... In May 1918, Allied losses dropped below 100,000 long tons (100,000 t) and did not rise above this again, while the Pola flotilla lost four boats, its worst month ot ... By October 1918, the end of the campaign, Allied losses for the year stood at 761,000 long tons (773,000 t) ...

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