The Battle Of The Atlantic - A Talk By Jonathan Dimbleby At Salisbury Arts Centre

The Battle Of The Atlantic
a talk by
Jonathan Dimbleby
Salisbury Arts Centre,
Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT
Tuesday 25th April 2017
Doors open at 6.45 p.m.
Talk commences at 7.30 p.m. 
Running time: 2 hours. 
Talk 60 minutes then an interval 
followed by Q&As for 30 minutes.

The Battle of the Atlantic was crucial to the 
Allied victory. If the German U-boats had 
prevailed, the maritime artery across the 
Atlantic would have been severed. 
Mass hunger would have consumed Britain, 
and the Allied armies would have been 
prevented from joining in the invasion of Europe. 
There would have been no D-Day.
The Battle of the Atlantic interweaves
fascinating contemporary diaries and letters 
with a thrilling narrative and, uniquely, 
the overall picture of the Second World War. 
From senior members of the competing 
High Commands in London, Washington, 
Berlin and Moscow down to the humblest sailor, 
Jonathan Dimbleby tells the epic story 
of the decisions that led to victory, 
and the horror and humanity 
endured in those perilous seas.

  Tickets: £15. (£13 concessions).

Members: £14. (£12 concessions).

A £1 transaction fee applies. 

Telephone 01722 321744.