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departure of any more boats, as ordered, would have a serious effect both on defensive work and on escort work. The reply stated that reconnaissance reports had shown the Allies to have engaged so much in Sicily that there was little probability of landings in Greece until the Sicilian operation was over; the defence of Greece could take second place "for the time being" (was "Mincemeat" still having some influence on the High Command as well as on Hitler?), and the order for seven boats of the 11th R-boat Flotilla to go to the ?Egean was cancelled: these boats could remain under the orders of the Commanderin-Chief, Italy.
So the immediate repercussions of "Operation Mincemeat" had finally ended-except, for the German forces still sitting idle in Greece. The survey that has been made of its results can be summarised as follows:
As regards the working out of the "Operation": we fooled those of the Spaniards who assisted the Germans; we fooled the German Intelligence Service both in Spain and in Berlin; we fooled the German Operational Staff and Supreme Command; we fooled Keitel; and, finally, we fooled Hitler himself, and kept him fooled right up to the end of July.
As regards the Eastern Mediterranean: we caused immense effort to be put into the defence of Greece, with the creation of minefields, shore batteries, etc.; we caused a concentration of troops in Greece which justified the appointment by Hitler of Rommel to command them; these troops included a panzer division which had to be sent right across Europe;

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