Escape of the Red Sea Flotilla: RAMB I, RAMB II and Eritrea.

In February 1941, as the East Africa Campaign was coming to a close, three Italian ships, RAMB I, RAMB II and Eritrea, had to make a run for an allied port. The fates of the three ships represented the shifting fortunes of the war. The History Guy recalls the forgotten history of three ships that demonstrated the “world” part of World War II.

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