Catalogue description South Europe: GAF intentions for July 18; locations of two Italian divisions in Sicily,...

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Details of HW 1/1849
Reference: HW 1/1849

South Europe: GAF intentions for July 18; locations of two Italian divisions in Sicily, July 15; Germans forbidden to take vehicles from Italian soldiers by force, July 17; GAF Ju52 to drop parachute units in Sicily, July 17; GAF unable to use Foggia railway station, bombed, July 17; staff of 14th Panzer Corps moving to Battle HQ east of Randazzo, July 17; Axis flank to withdraw from sea because of naval bombardment, July 15; Brindisi to report on measures for rendering port facilities unserviceable, July 16; Allied naval force sighted east of Catania, July 17; German anti-aircraft artillery claims hits on Allied naval vessels, July 17; German tank strength on Sardinia, July 15.

Japanese ambassador, Istanbul: German information on Allied plans in the Balkans, July 15.

Japanese ambassador, Berlin: Italian ambassador's views on Sicilian campaign, July 14; German assessment of the war, July 12.

Date: 1943 July 18
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: c/3904
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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