Battle of the Atlantic
Part of World War III
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REFORGER convoy on its way to Europe. These were targeted by Soviet submarines.
Date September 1989-1991
Location Atlantic Ocean
  • East Coast of USA, waters off the United Kingdom and Ireland, Iceland, Greenland, the Caribbean, Central America, and South America
Result Allied Victory
Allied Forces
  • Flag of the United StatesUnited States of America
    • Flag of Puerto RicoPuerto Rico
    • Flag of the United States Virgin IslandsUSVI
  • Flag of the United KingdomUnited Kingdom
    • Flag of AnguillaAnguilla
    • Flag of BermudaBermuda
    • Flag of the British Virgin IslandsBritish Virgin Islands
    • Flag of the Cayman IslandsCayman Islands
    • Flag of the Falkland IslandsFalklands
    • Flag of MontserratMontserrat
    • Flag of the Turks and Caicos IslandsTCI
  • Flag of the BahamasBahamas
  • Flag of BrazilBrazil
  • Flag of CanadaCanada
  • Flag of ColombiaColombia
  • Flag of DenmarkDenmark
    • Flag of GreenlandGreenland
  • Flag of FranceFrance
    • Flag of Guadeloupe (local)Guadeloupe
    • Marinitique
    • San Pierre and Miquelon
    • Saint Barthelemy
    • Saint Martin
  • Flag of JamaicaJamaica
  • Flag of MexicoMexico
  • Flag of the NetherlandsNetherlands
    • Flag of the Netherlands Antilles (1986-2010)Netherlands Antilles
  • Flag of PanamaPanama
Communist Forces
  • Flag of the Soviet UnionSoviet Union
  • Flag of CubaCuba
  • Flag of East GermanyEast Germany
  • Flag of Nicaragua Nicaragua

The Battle of the Atlantic was one of the longest battles of World War III. As the name suggests, it took place in the Atlantic Ocean on the coast of both America, Europe, the Caribbean, and South America. Attacks were mainly done by Soviet submarines on REFORGER convoys from the USA to Europe, as well as raids on US Naval Bases on the East Coast. However, also present in the battle were invasions of sovereign island states by both sides. The battle lasted throughout the remainder of the war until the Soviet Union surrendered to the allies. Historians have noted that it was similar to the Battle of the Atlantic in WW2.

The Battle of Atlantic is divided into the lesser Caribbean Front, which details the Cuban invasion of the Caribbean islands, the subsequent liberation of the said islands, and finally the allied invasion of Cuba.