Fuehrer conferences on naval affairs, 1939-1945
This primary reference reveals the contemporary, often verbatim record of how the German command decisions were made during World War II, and the reasoning and planning behind them.
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FOREWORD by J P Mallmann Showell
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1945 CONFERENCE action Admiral Commanding Admiral on Special air attacks Air Force Allied anti-aircraft April Armed Forces Army Group Atlantic auxiliary cruisers Baltic Sea battleships Bismarck boats Britain British carried Chief of Staff coast coastal construction convoy decision defence destroyers discussed Division Doenitz Eastern effect enemy escort evacuation favourable Field Marshal Fleet Commander France French Fuehrer agrees Fuehrer Headquarters German Navy guns harbours heavy Hitler importance invasion Islands Italian Italy Jodl Keitel landing large number losses Luftwaffe Mediterranean merchant shipping military mines Narvik naval forces Naval Staff naval warfare Navy Berlin necessary northern Norway Norwegian occupied offensive officers operation Eiche operation Sea Lion organisation plans points ports position possible preparations present Prinz Eugen Puttkamer Raeder ready Reichsmarschall reports requests Russian Scapa Flow Scharnhorst shipyards signed situation Skagerrak Special Duty submarine warfare sunk supply tion Tirpitz tons torpedo transfer transport Trondheim troops U-boats vessels Wehrmacht West WOLFSSCHANZE