The Sussex Plan

Secret War in Occupied France 1943-1945

Dominique Soulier

The Sussex Plan was a French-
American-British tripartite mission
desired by the staff of General
Eisenhower in anticipation of the
Normandy landings. Among them,
120 French men and women were
recruited to carry out a bold plan to
parachute in early February 1944,
teams of two plainclothes officers
(an observer and a radio) behind enemy lines to co
Date Published :
November 2013
Publisher :
Histoire and Collections
Language:
English
Illustration :
250 photos
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding. : Paperback
ISBN : 9782352503125
Pages : 134
Dimensions : 10 X 8.25 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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$24.95

Overview
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The Sussex Plan was a French-American-British tripartite mission desired by the staff of General Eisenhower in anticipation of the Normandy landings.

Among them, 120 French men and women were recruited to carry out a bold plan to parachute in early February 1944, teams of two plainclothes officers (an observer and a radio) behind enemy lines to complete the liberation of France. Their mission: infiltrate and collect information around the clock about the state of affairs of the German order of battle.

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