Please if you want to re write the history to belittle everything that wasn't british, we can't discuss. Those were all italian victories classifiable like naval battles (so excluding the tens of single successful attacks previously listed). The mid june was the operation Vigorous.
I didn't claim that the First battle of Sirte was a British victory. nor did I claim that Operation Pedestal was a Italian loss. What I said was
The first Battle of Sirte was inconclusive. A superior Italian fleet disengaged and fled after an hour, failing to sink anything.
The second Battle of Sirte is considered by all except Italians (due to propaganda of the time?) to have been a tactical success for the British.
By mid-August are you referring to Operation Pedestal? Again, this is a naval thread. Land based air attack does not count. There was no major fleet action. though I will admit the MTB's preformed well in the early morning hours of the 13th.
I have never tried to rewrite history, nor will I. I have not made any claims which cannot be backed by fact, and have even provided links to information. your previous statement is laughable.
What I write is so real that wouldn't have the need of supports.
You are correct in that there is no more need to discuss this topic with you. I am interested in the navies of all countries during the war, and will revert to discussing historical occurences with those who share my interest. Untill you read a book or two, goodbye
Please give the Combined Fleet the chance to bloom as flowers of death. This is the navy’s earnest request. RADM Tasuku Nakazawa prior to the Battle of Leyte Gulf
It is the function of the Navy to carry the war to the enemy so that it will not be fought on U.S. soil. Admiral Chester W. Nimitz