Catalogue description BONIFACE. South-east Europe: GAF Command South-east reports on Allied raids on Greek...

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South-east Europe: GAF Command South-east reports on Allied raids on Greek airfields, Oct 5; situation report of operations in Yugoslavia on Oct 3.

Southern Europe: Army Group E considers that northern Italy had become a guerrilla area, Sept 28; results of an attack by a unit using glider rocket bombs on Allied ships off Cape Tenes, Oct 4; Allied attack in Goering Division sector expected, Oct 6; Air Fleet II situation report, Oct 6; photographs of line of resistance B required for submission to Hitler, Oct 6; Army Group B situation report for Oct 4; indications that 305th Division is moving to Kesselring's area, Oct 3; report for Oct 4 from C-in-C South Chief QM giving total quantities of equipment and supplies removed from Corsica, and on prisoners and equipment removed from southern Italy; review of situation on Oct 4 by C-in-C South, including ground situation and embarkation of last rearguards from Corsica; Kesselring thanks Richtofen for his share in evacuation from Corsica, Oct 6; Hitler expresses his appreciation to those responsible for successful evacuation of Sardinia and, in turn, Corsica, Oct 5; German attack before Termoli suspended, Oct 6.

Allied day and night raids on Frankfurt, Mannheim and other German cities on Oct 4 and 5.

Two copies of German secret service report from German Naval Command, Italy, with reference to Italian naval armaments officers to be used in civilian capacity as engineers, Oct 1.

Date: 1943 Oct 7
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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