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THE GERMAN HIGH COMMAND GETS
BUSY

in about Anglo-American landing intentions it is apparent that the enemy is practising deception on a large scale." They were going to turn out to be accurate about that also, but had the Chiefs of Staff known how alert the Germans were for deception, I wonder whether we ever would have got permission to launch "Mincemeat"!
The documents reveal that this strategic appreciation was maintained right up to the beginning of
May, 1943. And then, on the 9th May, the whole
picture changed: the news of the capture of Major Martin's documents had reached the High Command.
On the 9th May an Intelligence appreciation must have reached the High Command, for we found the following document in the file just after the appreciation dated the 14th May mentioned in the last chapter:
Further to my 2144/43 dated 9-5-43, following appreciation has been made on receipt of original material:
1. A landing in the eastern and western Mediterranean on a fairly large scale is anticipated.
(a) Target of the operation in Eastern Mediterranean under General Wilson is the coast near Kalamata and the stretch of coast south of Cape Araxos (both on the West coast of the Peloponnese). The reinforced 56th Infantry Division is detailed for the landing at Kalamata and the reinforced 5th Infantry Division at Cape Araxos. It is not known whether both divisions will land in force or in part only. In the first instance, a lapse of at least 2-3 weeks would be required as the 56th Division on 9-5-43 was engaged at Enfidaville with two brigades and must first be rested and embarked. This solution, which embraces a

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