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APPENDIX I

immediate thrust into the area of SALONICA and THRACE need not be reckoned with. For such operations the enemy would require very large forces to protect his supply-routes. Considerable losses would be unavoidable as long as German air and light Naval forces (S-boats) can be operated from CRETE.
(iv) In the opinion of the Naval War Staff landing attempts are most likely to be made in the Greek West coast area where the CORFU-ARTA-PYRGOS region offers the greatest prospects of success.
Possibilities: a thrust from the North towards LARISSA-VOLOS, cutting off Central GREECE with the PELOPONNESE; in the centre an advance towards Central GREECE and ATTICA. In the South a drive for the CORINTH Isthmus. The islands off this coast (especially CORFU and CEPHALONIA) would become very valuable bases in enemy hands. Special attention is drawn to the exceptional importance of these islands.
Simultaneous subsidiary landings are probable at NAVARINO (a good harbour for Naval forces operating for the protection of landings and supplies), KALAMATA (airfield) and perhaps also the Gulf of MARATHON. A subsidiary thrust through TRIPOLIS to CORINTH. Simultaneously or shortly beforehand a diversionary operation against the DODECANESE (RHODES) is to be expected.
(2) The defensive power of the areas in the greatest danger is still weak. Nevertheless in the opinion of the Naval War Staff it should be possible to throw back attempted enemy landings if he attacks with only limited forces. According to evidence from the Army General Staff available to Naval War Staff the

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