British Political and Military Strategy in Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe in 1944

@inproceedings{Deakin1988BritishPA,
  title={British Political and Military Strategy in Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe in 1944},
  author={F. W. D. Deakin and Elisabeth Barker and Jonathan Chadwick},
  year={1988}
}
British military plans and aims in 1944, Sir D.Hunt British political aims in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, 1944, D.Dilks problems of the alliance - misconceptions and misunderstandings, E.Barker Central and Eastern Europe at the Quebec conference, K.Sainsbury the Moscow conference of October 1944 (Tolstoy), K.G.M.Ross resistance in occupied Central and South-Eastern Europe, W.Deaking the Yugoslav partisans and the British in 1944, D.Biber British strategy towards Greece in 1944, L… 
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