From Hitler's Doorstep: The Wartime Intelligence Reports of Allen Dulles, 1942-1945

By Neal H. Petersen; Allen Welsh Dulles | Go to book overview

Index
(The lists on pages 527-61 are not covered by this index but should be used with it to associate code names, source numbers, and abbreviations with entries appearing below.)
Aachen, 401, 419, 436
Abegg, Wilhelm, 219, 308, 454
Abetz, Otto, 196, 315, 371
Abwehr, 8-9, 18, 57, 71, 93, 149, 163, 176-77, 206, 217, 228-29, 235, 254, 268, 277, 283- 84, 294, 343, 348, 367, 379, 396, 409, 418, 440, 475, 571, 583, 585, 588, 595, 597-98, 607, 618
Accolade, Operation, 184
Action Party (Partito d'Azione), 58, 71-73, 81, 84, 91-92, 100-103, 107-8, 115-16, 120, 127, 134, 144, 150-51, 245, 335, 572, 582, 586, 590, 596
Adenauer, Konrad, 4
Adige, 502, 514 Adler, Katia, 104
Adriatic Sea, 24, 89, 115, 197, 257, 262, 427, 507
Aegean Islands/Sea, 109, 184
AFL, 610
Agram, 500
Aigruber, 508
Airey, Maj. Gen. Terence S., 478, 486, 488-89, 510, 517, 520, 635, 637-39
Aisne River, 301
Albania/ Albanians, 91, 226, 278, 591
Albrecht, 503
Albrecht, Minister, 277
Alexander, Field Marshal Sir Harold, 14, 478, 520-21, 634-36, 638. See also SACMED
Alexandretta, 185
Alexitch, Panta, 147
Alexitch, Radaie, 147
Algiers, 153, 194, 201, 388, 571-72, 580, 587. See also OSS, Algiers office; Free French Movement
Allen, Larry, 131
Allied Control Commission, 448
Allied Forces Headquarters (AFHQ), Caserta, 14, 393-94, 396, 471, 477-78, 486, 488-89, 495, 497, 509-10, 513-21, 616, 622-23, 626-27, 632-34, 637-40, 642
Alpine redoubt. See national redoubt
Alps, 77, 123, 329, 350, 363, 366, 378, 388, 427, 431, 488, 573, 618, 640. See also national redoubt
Alsace-Lorraine, 28-29, 34, 49-50, 157, 191, 205, 309, 360, 363-64, 390, 401, 407, 442, 447, 566
Alsos Mission, 397, 622, 624, 631
Altenburg, 507
Ambro, 353
AMGOT, 216, 596
Amsterdam, 593
Anami, 499
Andaman Islands, 399
Anglo-Saxon powers. See Western powers
Ankara, 190, 222, 249, 279, 568, 580, 591
Annecy, 38, 623
Annemasse, 22, 390, 400, 402-3, 411, 416, 423, 427, 430, 434, 441, 465, 470, 486, 568. See also OSS, Annemasse base
Anschi, 104
Antoine, 319, 465
Anton, 253
Antonescu, Gen. Ion, 29-30, 124, 129-30, 133, 268, 279-80, 282, 565, 569, 582, 618
Antonescu, Michael, 123-24, 270, 279, 295, 582
Antonini, Luigi, 144, 566, 577
Antwerp, 320, 412, 431
Anvil, Operation, 184

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