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27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 19 War (London, 1976) p. 122. One result, as she points out, was to complicate negotiations with Romanian opposition leaders. CAB EDS 18, Ch. 1, p. 5. CAB 44/143, referred to in C. C. Molony, The Mediterranean and Middle East, Vol. VI (London, 1984) Part I, p. 341. Div/C Archive 4412, quoted in F. H. Hinsley, British Intelligence in the Second World War, Vol. 3 (London, 1984) p. 116. Hinsley, Joe. cit. Alexander Despatch, Joe. cit. p. 2901. For example Sir Charles Webster and A.
Alexander explained his plan on 2 October at a conference attended by General Wilson. 29 In its final form it proposed that, after the Germans had been driven back to the Adige (on which permanent defences had already been constructed, known as the Venetian Line), Fifth Army should become wholly responsible for operations in Italy, taking under command the Polish Corps, whose employment in Yugoslavia might have been politically embarrasing. Eighth Army should prepare a base in the area of Split, Sibenik and Zadar, occupying these ports with light forces, and then, in early spring, bring in their main forces, in the strength of six divisions, for a rapid advance on Ljubljana and Rijeka.
M. Ross, The Foreign Office and the Kremlin (Cambridge, 1984) pp. 151-171; Bryant, op. cit. p. 193. Woodward, op. cit. pp. 469-70, 475--6; minutes of a meeting between Eden, Portal, Cunningham, Nye and Ismay on 4 October 1944, FO 954/22. Confidential annex to the 103rd conclusions (44) of the War Cabinet, 9 August 1944, CAB 65/47. David Dilks 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39 Churchill to Roosevelt, 17 August 1944, and reply of 26 August CAB 66159; Clark Kerr to Eden, 24 September 1944, FO 954/32.