TITLE

The All-Out Offensive

AUTHOR(S)
Werner, Max
PUB. DATE
June 1944
SOURCE
New Republic;6/19/44, Vol. 110 Issue 25, p804
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Views that the landings of U.S. armies on the Normandy coast are considered to be a limited operation in military objectives. Fight of the U.S. troops to conquer the marshaling ground necessary for the deployment in depth of forces adequate for further attack; Discussion that on the Eastern front and in Italy, the Red Army and the Anglo-American troops have only offensive tasks before them; Argument pertaining to the German numerical superiority on French soil; Opinion that the beachhead in Normandy must be relieved by new offensive operations, by new sectors of invasion; Claim that the German High Command has no strategic variation in store to fight against deep Anglo- American-Russian penetrations into Europe.
ACCESSION #
14673368

 

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