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APPENDIX I

(b) The South coast of the Peloponnese: Navarino, Gulf of Corone (Kalamata) and Gulf of Marathon.
(c) CRETE: Preferably the North coast, on the South coast Mesara Bay and Hierapetra, but only with limited forces.
(d) RHODES.
(e) Islands in the AEGEAN: Leros, Milos, Chios,
Mytilene and Lemnos.
(f) The East coast of the PELOPONNESE and Central GREECE: Gulf of Nauplia, Gulf of Petali (East coast of Attica).
(g) SALONICA: Gulf of Salonica, Gulf of Orphani.
(h) THRACE: Gulf of Cavalla and the coast to the East of Thasos.
(iii) It can be assumed that the enemy will probably make an initial landing where he believes there will be the least resistance and where he expects the greatest results in the shortest time. Therefore an initial landing on CRETE can be ruled out for the moment; in view of the advanced state of the development and equipment of the Fortress of CRETE a very considerable expenditure of strength would be required and a prerequisite would be subsidiary operations to obtain airfields in the Dodecanese and Peloponnese close to the scene of operations. Further, the capture of CRETE would. only represent a partial accomplishment of his aims. A thrust past CRETE into the AEGEAN, the occupation of the most important islands and a landing attempt on the East coast of the PELOPONNESE and Central GREECE is likewise improbable. An attempt at an

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