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By Yiwola Awoyale, Lonely Planet Phrasebooks

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ISBN-13: 1937556987105

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ISBN-13: 4202220234159

ISBN-10: 1740596927

ISBN-13: 9781740596923

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Bodies floating in the Channel haunted him,舡 George Marshall later acknowledged. Marshall舗s own reference to SLEDGEHAMMER as a 舠sacrifice play舡 to help the Russians hardly was comforting. Whereas the dominant American strategic impulse was a direct campaign of mass and concentration, the British instinctively avoided large-scale land campaigns. For centuries, Britain had relied on superior naval power to protect the Home Islands and advance her global interests. She was accustomed to protracted wars in which she minimized her losses and her risks, outmaneuvering opponents and restricting combat to the periphery of the empire.

Hitler now controlled Europe from the North Cape to the Pyrenees, from the Atlantic Ocean to the River Bug. In September, Germany and Italy signed a tripartite pact with Japan, which had been prosecuting its own murderous campaign in Asia. The Axis assumed a global span. 舠The war is won,舡 the Fɒhrer told Mussolini. 舡 That seemed a fair boast. Britain battled on, alone. 舠We are fighting for life, and survive from day to day and hour to hour,舡 Churchill told the House of Commons. But German plans to invade across the English Channel were postponed, repeatedly, after the Luftwaffe failed to subdue the Royal Air Force.

Hewitt had enough time to swing by the Navy Department building downtown and check there for messages before heading to the White House. 舡 Since receiving the first top-secret orders for Task Force 34, he had done everything he could, to the verge of exhaustion. Every day brought new problems to solve, mistakes to fix, anxieties to quell. Rehearsals for the TORCH landings had been hurried and slipshod. With Axis predators sinking nearly 200 Allied vessels a month, including many along the American coast, all amphibious training had been moved inside the Chesapeake Bay, whose modest tides and gentle waves resembled not at all the ferocious surf typical of the Moroccan coast.

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