JUNE 1941, AN OVERVIEW THE NORTH ATLANTIC: Some important changes are starting to take place in the Atlantic. The British have perfected an improved radar system capable of detecting the perisope of enemy submarines at 1000 yrds when conditions are right....Also, air attacks on Allied convoys ease up due to German aircraft being witheld for the upcoming attack on Russia....The Escort Carrier "H.M.S. AUDACITY" is ready to put to Sea, and the British are working on five more, and six are being built in the United States. These Carriers are to be the model for later ones that played such important roll in the Pacific. THE BLITZ As in the Atlantic, the air assaults by the Luftwaffe on England ease due to the upcoming attack on Russia (BARBAROSSA). Most of the attacks in June are against Manchester. JUNE 1 ST 1RAQ: British troops secure Bagdad. THE NORTH ATLANTIC: Four vessels from the United States Coast Guard begin patrols along the South coast of Greenland. NORTH AFRICA: Most of the 15th Panzer Division joins Rommels forces. CRETE: Although the Germans have gained a deceive victory in the campaign for the island, they have suffered 7000 causalities.Many were battle deaths . Hitler makes the decision to never use Paratroopers on a large scale again.