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90. 98. 36 F. H. Hinsley et al.. British Intelligence in the Second World War: Its Influence on Strategy and Operations, 3 vols. (London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office [HMSO], 1979-87: also New York: Cambridge University Press, 1979-1990), vol. ] 27 Notes 37 David Irving. , Luftwaffe: An Analysis by Former Luftwaffe Generals (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1979). 119-20. 38 Orange, 100. 39 Matthew Cooper, The German Air Force, 1933-1945: An Anatomy of Failure (London; New York: Jane’s. 1981), 209-10: Orange, 97.

Spaatz and his role in the North African campaign. In so doing, I was seeking a divergence (if any) between the most common historical views and the tentative image that would seem to emerge from the unpublished sources consulted. The Conventional Image Notwithstanding all the enthusiasm expressed by senior airmen that the publication of FM 100-20 had solved the doctrinal problems, contrary views on the solutions and on the origins of the ideas have persisted to the present day. Col Robert H. , an American artillery officer, wrote in 1990: The doctrinal struggle between these two factions [Army Air Forces and Army Ground Forces] effectively halted progress toward a system of close air support until the opening campaign in North Africa when the Luftwaffe provided a painful lesson on how it was done.

It is certainly true that Eisenhower shared Tedder’s anxiety, but it was in fact Spaatz who settled the affair by pointing out that Coningham had actually defended his American subordinates (XII Air Support Command) against unjust criticism and convinced Eisenhower that Patton was mostly to blame. 57 The episode shows how determined Tedder was to maintain good Anglo-American relations-and Coningham certainly got the message: “getting together” included staying together, regardless of the rights or wrongs of particular issues, and there must be no public quarreling.

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