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Activities of Francis Rittgen (5 resources in data.bnf.fr) ... Opération Nordwind, dernière offensive allemande sur la France (2006) Géographies intérieures (1994) Opération Nordwind, 25 décembre 1944-25 janvier 1945 (1984) See also. In BnF (1) Equivalent record in Catalogue général On the Web (3) Equivalent record in IdRef Equivalent record in ISNI …
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The Italian invasion of France (10–25 June 1940), also called the Battle of the Alps, was the first major Italian engagement of World War II and the last major engagement of the Battle of France.. The Italian entry into the war widened its scope considerably in Africa and the Mediterranean Sea.The goal of the Italian leader, Benito Mussolini, was the elimination of Anglo-French …
Opération "Nordwind" (31 décembre 1944 - 25 janvier 1945) by Francis Rittgen — not in English Common Knowledge: 1945: Opération Nordwind, Janvier 1945, Alsace du nord by P. Perny — not in English Common Knowledge: 1945
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The goal of the Italian leader, Benito Mussolini, was the elimination of Anglo-French domination in the Mediterranean, the reclamation of historically Italian territory (Italia irredenta) and the expansion of Italian influence over the Balkans and in Africa.
During the 1930s, the French had constructed a series of fortifications—the Maginot Line—along their border with Germany. This line had been designed to deter a German invasion across the Franco-German border and funnel an attack into Belgium, which could then be met by the best divisions of the French Army.
In September 1939, Britain imposed a selective blockade of Italy. Coal from Germany, which was shipped out of Rotterdam, was declared contraband. The Germans promised to keep up shipments by train, over the Alps, and Britain offered to supply all of Italy's needs in exchange for Italian armaments.
The Italian invasion of France, also called the Battle of the Alps (10–25 June 1940), was the first major Italian engagement of World War II and the last major engagement of the Battle of France . The Italian entry into the war widened its scope considerably in Africa and the Mediterranean Sea.
France and Britain tried during the 1930s to draw Mussolini away from an alliance with Germany but the rapid German successes from 1938 to 1940 made Italian intervention on the German side inevitable by May 1940.
The main Italian attack was by the Fourth Army under General Alfredo Guzzoni. The Alpine Corps reinforced by the corps artillery of the IV Army Corps on its left flank opened up its offensive on a front stretching 21–25 mi (34–40 km) from the Col de la Seigne to the Col du Mont.
On 29 May, Mussolini convinced King Victor Emmanuel III, who was constitutionally the supreme commander of the Italian armed forces, to delegate his authority to Mussolini and on 4 June Badoglio was already referring to him as supreme commander.
During the day on 12 June, French SES groups (scout troops on skis) crossed the border and skirmished with Italian units in the Maddalena Pass. An Italian outpost was surprised, resulting in the death of an Italian NCO and a further two soldiers being wounded.
Italian war aims remained geographically expansive and a programme published on 26 June set out the acquisition of Nice, Corsica, Tunisia, Malta, southern Switzerland and Cyprus as war aims, as well as replacing Britain and France in Egypt, Iraq, Somaliland, the Persian Gulf and southern Arabia.
In response, Italian shore batteries to the west of Genoa and at Savona and an armoured train opened fire on the attacking French ships. A 6-inch (150-millimetre) shell from the Batteria Mameli at Pegli penetrated the boiler room of the French destroyer Albatros, causing serious damage and killing 12 sailors.
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