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A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Chapter 41-42 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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Chapter 41-42 Summary and Analysis

Operation JUBILEE succeeded in deceiving the enemy. It deceived them about when and where the Second Front would be. It also tested the enemy radar. The German radar was at Dieppe and an FBI agent and two British radar specialist were sent to examine and destroy it. There was a two-hundred-fifty ship fleet and thousands of soldiers to give the appearance of an invasion taking place at Dieppe.

There was a big push to gather information on the Germans at Dieppe. The Russians were pushing for the opening of a Second Front. They were entertaining the acceptance of a peace deal that Hitler had offered. Churchill and Roosevelt meet again on June 17. Churchill learns that Tobruk had fallen. The Germans were monitoring the American radio transmissions and were kept up-to-date on British and American tactics and operations. He knew of the British plans...

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