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THE GERMAN HIGH COMMAND GETS
BUSY

and rally the defence of that country after the fall of Mussolini.
But it would be unfair to put too much blame on Hitler. On the very same day that Hitler had corrected the Duce's opinion, the 14th May, the Official War Diary of the German Naval High Command recorded the fact that the General Staff of the Army had come to the definite conclusion that the documents were genuine; they concluded that the assault would be on Sardinia, but that there might be a diversionary attack on Sicily.
So, by the 14th May, 1943, the Operational Staffs,
the Supreme Command and the Fuehrer himself were all convinced. "Operation Mincemeat" was completely successful. It remained for us to discover just what this eventually meant to the "AngloAmerican" forces.
I do not know in any detail what the German Army and the Luftwaffe were doing, but that they were doing something considerable is evidenced by an order sending the Ist German Panzer Division all the way across Europe from France to establish its headquarters at Tripolis, a town in the. Peloponnesus ideally situated to command resistance against landings which included Kalamata and Araxos. When one considers the enormous effort involved in a journey of this kind for a complete Panzer Division, and how it put that force "out of the war" for the time being, one might say that that alone would have far more than repaid the effort that we put into "Operation Mincemeat," even if we had not assisted the invasion of Sicily at all.

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