War, Cooperation, and Conflict: The European Possessions in the Caribbean, 1939-1945

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Code Names for Military Operations and Defense Schemes
ABC-1 United States-British plan of 1941 for global
war against the Axis
ABC-3 United States-British agreement of 1941
regarding local defense of and command
relations in the leased bases in British
transatlantic territories
ABC-22 United States-Canada revised plan of 1941 for
joint defense of North America
ASTERICKBritish-Gaullist Free French plan of mid- 1940
for overthrow of the Vichy regime in
Martinique and Guadeloupe
BARBAROSSA Hitler's plan of 1940-1941 for offensive
against Russia
BONUSBritish-Gaullist Free French plan of mid- 1940
for overthrow of the Vichy regime in
Madagascar
BUNGALOW United States plan for 1942 invasion of
Martinique and Guadeloupe
BUSRABritish- United States agreement of 1942 on
routing of convoy and other shipping
"CHANDON"So-called British-Gaullist Free French plan of
mid-1940 for overthrow of the Vichy regime
in French Guiana.
DECANTER
Frap
Frigid
United States plans of 1942 for invasion of
French Guiana

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