Catalogue description Southern Europe: loading of landing craft by large units south-east of Catania...

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Details of HW 1/1854
Reference: HW 1/1854

Southern Europe: loading of landing craft by large units south-east of Catania established by GAF reconnaissance on July 19; Kesselring perceives main danger of Allied landing on Italian mainland is in Gulf of Squillage, July 16; successful Allied air attack on GAF heavy fighter airfield in Italy, July 18; Allied landing operation intended at mouth of Narenta on Adriatic, July 11; Licata airfield to be attacked night of July 19; Italians report Allied ships shelling Sardinian coast, July 19.

South-east Europe: GAF situation reports for July 18.

Japanese ambassador, Istanbul: Turkey and war situation, July 15.

Japanese ambassador, Berlin: views of Gottfriessen on Sicilian situation, July 15.

Japanese minister, Madrid: views of General Jordana on Allied offensive plans, July 15.

Date: 1943 July 19
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: c/3921
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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