South Europe: GAF air support required to prevent enemy break through, July 16; GAF to locate encircled parachute regiment on July 17; GAF to put all air support into Schmalz sector, July 16; German situation report for Catania area on July 16; traffic chaotic in Messina on July 15; Schmalz Brigade claims success against tanks with assault guns, July 15; Schmalz Brigade claims 60 British tanks, July 15; 2nd Air Corps aircraft serviceability return, July 16; GAF operational orders for July 17; Italian 203rd Coastal Division at Cagliari, July 14; Italian cruiser and destroyer to sail Naples-Taranto, July 16-17; German secret service report on collapse of morale in Italian forces, July 16.
North Europe: Polar coast convoys to be made large to relieve pressure on German Navy and GAF, July 16.
South-east Europe: Allied landing in Greece expected on July 15.
Southern Russian Front: German intelligence report on Soviet activity, July 13.
Japanese minister, Vatican: Foreign Minister Ciano's views on war situation, July 10.