TITLE

From Tunisia to Europe

PUB. DATE
May 1943
SOURCE
New Republic;5/17/43, Vol. 108 Issue 20, p654
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on methods by which Allied forces plan to invade Europe. Details of the victory of Allied forces in Tunisia; Importance of the victory to Tunisians; Advantage of the victory that will clear the Mediterranean of Axis obstruction to shipping along the southern route; Effect of the victory on fighting fronts of the Allied Nations in the Soviet Union; Plan of invasion that the Allied generals will include Sicily, Sardinia and Italy; Invasion of Europe that involves multiple landings; Cost of invasion that can be minimized with proper preparation.
ACCESSION #
14682209

 

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