Allied Intrigue in the Low Countries: Further Documents concerning the Anglo-French Policy of Extending the War. Full Text of White Book No. 5

By German Library of Information; Germany Ausweartiges Amt, Prussia Grosser Generalstab, German Library of Information (New York, N.Y.) | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
TEXT PAGE FACSIMILE PAGE
Prefatory Note to the American Editionvii
Summaryxi
The German Memorandum to the Dutch and Belgian Governmentsxxiii
Statement of the German General Staffxxix
Documents
No. 1. Orders Issued by the Commander of the French Detachment Operating in Luxemburg, May 2, 19403 A1
No. 2. Regimental Orders Regarding Objectives in Belgium Issued by the 4th French Cavalry Reconnaissance Car Regiment, April 2, 19404 A2
No. 3. Maintenance Instructions Concerning Fuel Supplies in Belgium for the 4th French Light Division8 A4
No. 4. Instructions for the Transportation of French Troops to Belgium by Rail10 A7
No. 5. Instructions for the Study of March Routes into Belgium12 A11
No. 6. Extract from the Diary of French Lieutenant Dollfuss13 A12
No. 7. Statement of a Luxemburg Subject on the Presence of French Troops in Belgium before May 10, 194014 A12
No. 8. Statement of a French Prisoner of War on the Presence of French Troops in Belgium before May 10, 194015 A12
No. 9. Memorandum by the General Staff of the 9th French Army on the Intended Movement of Belgian Troops East of the Meuse, March 28, 194016 A13

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Prefatory Note to the American Edition vii
  • Summary xi
  • The German Memorandum to the Dutch and Belgian Governments xxiii
  • Statement of the German General Staff May 4, 1940 xxix
  • Documents 1
  • Facsimiles of Original Documents 47
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