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Table of Contents Introductionp 1 The Planp 2-3 Combined Operationsp 4 Operation Rutterp 5 How the Canadians Trainedp6 Jubileep7 A nine hour war gone badp 8 A Canadian Disasterp 9-10 The Surrenderp 11 The Escape Tunnelsp 12 Farewell to Lamsdorfp 13 A Great German Victoryp 14 A Canadian Shamep15 How this could have been preventedp 16-17 Conclusionp 18 Appendixp 19 End Notesp 20 Bibliographyp 21 The Plan The war was coming to the end of its third year at the summer of 1492 The allies were desperate for a plan to attack The allies luck was running out The Russians were threatening to join up with the Japanese in India The United States lost vessels totaling 400 000 tons All has gone bad for the allied forces Singapore had been defeated by Japan Tobruk had fallen and the British army in North Africa was retreating The Nazi Propaganda minister Josef Goobbels said that England was on its way down The Americans were demanding an attack on France in 1942 during the summer Winston Churchill gave the operation the code name Sledgehammer There were 2 alternatives for the Dieppe Raid by combined operations staff The first one was to avoid the frontal assault on the port proposed to land a battalion of the new 40-ton Churchill tanks as yet untried in combat and a battalion of infantry on the beach at Quibuville eight miles to the west another 2 battalions of infantry would remain at sea as a floating reserve The intention was to take Dieppe
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