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APPENDIX I

Copy of 1st Naval War Staff 1 Ops. 1942/43, Most
Secret, S.O. only, of May 20.43

From a teleprinted signal (outgoing) to:
Supreme Command of the Armed Forces/Operations Staff of the Armed Forces.
Copy to: Naval Group Command South, C.-in-C. G.A.F., Operations Staff of the G.A.F. Ia (Naval), Captain Mossel, Supreme Command of the Army/Army General Staff Naval Liaison Officer, Captain Weygoldt.
Cleared as Single Address Message. Most Secret for S.O. only.

The Naval War Staff has examined exhaustively the possibilities of enemy landing operations in the South-Eastern Area and has come to the following conclusions:
(1) (i) The possibility of enemy landings in the Western as well as the Eastern Mediterranean must be reckoned with although reliable evidence about the preparation of a large number of landing craft is so far available from the W. Med. only.
(ii) Possible starting-points for landing operations:
(a) ARTA-PYRGOS area: Gulf of Arta, Gulf of
Patras, the coast South of Cape Araxos and on both sides of Pyrgos and also islands off these areas, especially Corfu and Cephalonia.

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