Convoy of War

In the Royal Navy decisions made in a split second can be the difference between life or death…

In the early stages of the Battle of the Atlantic, a vital convoy of ships leaves war-torn Britain. They’re bound for Halifax, Nova Scotia, seeking much-needed supplies — armour, ammunition, foodstuffs — as well as Canadian troops to reinforce the battle-weary British army. Leading the convoy is Commodore John Mason Kemp, mobilized from the liners for war service with the Royal Navy.