Sir Robert Cockburn - D-Day Spoof Invasion

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Title:  The D-Day Spoof Invasion
Author:  Cockburn, Sir Robert
Abstract: Early in 1944 TRE put forward plans for a "spoof" invasion to divert German attention from the real invasion. The D-Day planners eagerly accepted this and Bob Cockburn was given Top Secret clearance to join the planning team. He played a major role and these notes explain some aspects of what was done.
Document Ref:  documents/cockburn/d_day_spoof
Full document Ref: http://www.penleyradararchives.org.uk/documents/cockburn/d_day_spoof
Archive date:   18th October 2002
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