During World War II, the allied forces mounted an amphibious assault on the occupied French coastal town of Dieppe. Since its execution, the raid on Dieppe has become a very controversial topic. The operation had an abundance of flaws that caused many casualties. This paper analyzes both issues and who, if anyone, should have been held responsible.
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"The Dieppe Raid: Avoidable Disaster or Lesson in Amphibious Assault?,"
Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History: Vol. 8
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/aujh/vol8/iss2/7