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On 3 May, Chappell drove down to Feltre and welcomed the U. In the final days of the war, Fabrega escaped in the confusion and went to Merano, where the top SS officials in the region were located. Brazenly, he walked into an SS barracks, announced he was a U.
Army captain and told the Germans they were restricted to the barracks. His bluff worked, they stayed put, and when the U. Thus ended the Tacoma Mission. Hearn, a former football player from San Jose State College in California, who joined the OSS in December , received SO and MU training in OSS training camps in Virginia and Maryland, and then ran boats along the Adriatic coast, bluffed a German commander in the city of Chioggia near Venice with the threat of an air attack, and accepted the surrender of a heavily armed garrison of 1, German troops on 24 April Mussolini, his mistress, and some of his ministers sought to escape to Switzerland.
Civitella and his unit were directed to go after Mussolini, capture him and hold him for trial. They were summarily executed by partisans on 28 April and their bodies hanged upside down in downtown Milan. In , the Germans had used a hundred thousand Italian police and Fascist militia to contain the Italian Resistance. But by February , the unified and Allied-directed Resistance movement had grown so strong in northern Italy that Field Marshal Kesselring ordered his commanders to suppress it, even if it meant bringing German combat units from the front.
But Kesselring argued that a more realistic estimate was some 5, German soldiers killed and 8, missing and presumed killed. His intelligence officers claimed the figures were even higher. This was from an original contingent of seventeen officers and enlisted men. The Germans launched major anti-partisan offensives in the winter of that included massacres of civilians, sometimes whole villages, for aiding the Resistance in its attacks on German soldiers. A total of some 35, Italians, including partisans, died, some 21, were wounded, and 9, were deported to slave labor camps in Germany, as a result of German reprisals and the anti-partisan campaign.
Directing the Resistance in France To the U. The role was firstly to establish contacts inside German-occupied France and provide intelligence about enemy strength and defenses and secondly, when the Allied invasions began, to lead French Resistance groups, the maquis, and block or at least impede German reinforcements.
The Allies decided to invade northern France, with a smaller subsequent attack in the south, at the Quebec Conference in August The target date set for the early summer of Rivalry and distrust existed among the different political groups in the Resistance in France, as in Italy, and there was outright hostility between the Communist Partisans and the others. The Allied agencies were often caught among these rivalries, but they were able in varying degrees to work with most of them with the frequent exception of the Communists.
SO began infiltrating agents—Frenchspeaking Americans or French nationals dressed in civilian clothes--into occupied France by parachute or rubber raft in early summer The maquis had long used women as well as men, and the British and Americans joined them.
The risks were high. Thirteen SOE women agents were executed by the Nazis. This American socialite, who spoke fluent French, had been working as a code clerk in the U. She had a wooden leg, the result of a prewar hunting accident. It did not deter her, but it gave her a characteristic limp. We must find and destroy her. She was landed on the Brittany coast at night, three months before the Normandy invasion. Dying her hair gray and hiding her limp under the full skirts and shuffle of her disguise as an elderly peasant woman, Hall moved around the countryside in the central region of France, living in different places to avoid the Germans who tried intensively to find her by triangulating her radio signals and offering rewards for her capture.
She was co-organizer of the Heckler Mission, and working in the central France regions of Haute Loire and Le Puy in , she financed, armed, and helped to direct a couple of thousand members of the maquis. In July , three plane loads of arms, ammunition, and demolitions finally arrived, and these enabled the maquisards to destroy a number of bridges and tunnels and eventually to force the several thousand German troops out of Le Puy by sheer bluff. Her three battalions of Resistance fighters killed German soldiers and captured more, Finally in mid-August a three-man, multinational Jedburgh team arrived from OSS Algiers, and they organized a Resistance force at Le Puy of 1, men, a group, which Hall continued to supply with money and arms as she obtained them from Allied airdrops.