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(Untitled), 07 Oct 1943

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 20/120/41

Scope and Contents

Telegram from WSC to General Harold Alexander [later Lord Alexander of Tunis, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean Theatre] marked "Personal and Most Secret" informing him that he is sending him a copy of a message which he is sending to General Dwight Eisenhower [Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean Theatre, United States Army] regarding the importance of Rhodes and the Aegean and adding that Boniface [Enigma Decypher machine] indicates that the enemy is retreating into the North of Italy and that they should therefore have enough time to capture Rhodes Annotated.


  • 07 Oct 1943

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