World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF EUROPE: Gathering Storm

As the war of nerves raged on, General Dwight D. Eisenhower launched a new air campaign against Germany. He assigned officers of his staff to broadcast his first direct orders to the underground fighters of Occupied Europe. Patriots were warned to listen carefully to their speaker's voice, to recognize it in the future, and never to by fooled by Nazi announcers.

As his first operational instruction, the Allied Supreme Commander told underground workers to be prepared to give Allied troops the fullest possible information on German troop movements, the numbers of men...

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