The Landings in North Africa: November 1942

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Office of Naval Intelligence, 1944 - 85 頁
 

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第 x 頁 - We come among you to repulse cruel invaders who would remove forever your rights of self-government, your rights to religious freedom, and your rights to live your own lives in peace and security. "We come among you solely to defeat and rout your enemies.
第 1 頁 - Establishment of firm and mutually supported lodgments in the Oran-AlgiersTunis area on the north coast, and in the Casablanca area on the northwest coast, in order that appropriate bases for continued and intensified air, ground, and sea operations might be readily available.
第 38 頁 - Morocco and North Africa the following message: "No nation is more closely bound by historic ties and deep affection to the people of France and their friends than the United States of America. Americans are striving not only for their safe future but also for the restoration o'f the ideals, the liberties and the democracy of all those who have lived under the Tricolor. We come among you to save you from conquerors who would remove forever your rights of self-government, your...
第 ix 頁 - I retain and cherish the friendship of hundreds of French people in France and outside of France. I know your farms, your villages, and your cities. I know your soldiers, professors, and workmen. I know what a precious heritage of the French people are your homes, your culture, and the principles of democracy in France. I salute again and reiterate my faith in Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity. No two nations exist which are more united by historic and mutually friendly ties than the people of France...
第 ix 頁 - My friends, who suffer day and night, under the crushing yoke of the Nazis, I speak to you as one who was with your Army and Navy in France in 1918. I have held all my life the deepest friendship for the French people — for the entire French people. I retain and cherish the friendship of hundreds of French people in France and outside of France. I know your farms, your villages, and your cities. I know your soldiers, professors, and workmen. I know what a precious heritage of the French people...
第 38 頁 - We come among you to save you from conquerors who would remove forever your rights of self-government, your rights to religious freedom, and your rights to live your own lives in peace. We come among you solely to destroy your enemies and not to harm you. We come among you with the assurance that we will leave just as soon as the menace of Germany and Italy is removed from you. I am appealing to your sense of realism, self-interest and ideals. Do not obstruct this great purpose. Help us and the day...
第 1 頁 - Complete annihilation of Axis forces opposing the British forces in the Western Desert and intensification of air and sea operations against the Axis on the European continent.
第 ix 頁 - Navy and air forces and it will, in the immediate future, be reinforced by a considerable number of divisions of the British Army. This combined allied force, under American Command, in conjunction with the British campaign in Egypt is designed to prevent an occupation by the Axis armies of any part of Northern or Western Africa, and to deny to the aggressor nations a starting point from which to launch an attack against the Atlantic Coast of the Americas. In addition, it provides an effective second...
第 37 頁 - This is a military operation directed against the Italian-German military forces in North Africa. Our only objective is to defeat the enemy and to free France. I need not tell you that we have no designs either on North Africa or on any part of the French Empire. We count on your friendship, and we ask your aid. I have given formal orders that no offensive action be undertaken against you on condition that you for your part take the same attitude. To avoid any possible misunderstanding, make the...
第 37 頁 - Frenchmen of North Africa, the forces which I have the honor of commanding come to you as friends to make war against your enemies. *' 'This is a military operation directed against the Italian-German military forces in North Africa. Our only objective is to defeat the enemy and to free France.

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