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TODT, FRITZ

Reichsleiter; 1940 Reich Minister for Armaments and Muni

tions; killed in 1942 in crash. UIBERREITHER, DR. SIEGFRIED

Reichsstatthalter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar and Gauleiter of Steiermark; Head of Civil Administration in Untersteier

mark UTIKAL

Staff Official in Rosenberg's Ministry for Occupied Eastern

Territories, Chief of Staff of "Einsatzstab Rosenberg.". VIETINGHOFF-SCHEEL, OTTO-HEINRICH von

Generaloberst; C.-in-C. "South”. WAGNER, ROBERT

Reichsstatthalter, Reichsverteidigungskommissar and Gauleiter

of Baden; Chief of Civil Administration in Alsace. WARLIMONT, WALTER

General; Deputy Chief of Operations Staff of OKW. WEICHS, MAXIMILIAN, Freiherr, von

Generaldfeldmarschall, Commander in Chief, Southeast and

Army Group F.
WEIZSAECKER, ERNST FREIHERR von

German Ambassador to the Holy See.
WIEDEMANN, FRITZ

German Consul General in Tientsin and San Francisco; for

merly Adjutant to Hitler. WINKLER, KARL

Manager of the Party Chancery. WISLICENY, DIETER

Hauptsturmfuehrer in Slovakia; Specialist on Jewish matters in Slovakia with Amt IV A4, Reichssicherheitshauptamt (Reich

Main Security Office) 1940–1944. WOLFF, KARL

Supreme SS and Police commander in Italy; Commander of the Italian SS Legion; General of the Waffen-SS at the Fuehrer's Headquarters; chief of the personal staff of the Reichsfuehrung

SS; SS-Obergruppenfuehrer. ZEITZLER, KURT

Generaloberst.

CODE NAMES AND WORDS USED BY THE GERMAN HIGH
COMMAND FOR OPERATIONS AND MEASURES

DURING THE WAR

ACHSE

ADLER

AFRIKA

AIDA

ALARICH

ALPENVEILCHEN
ANGELHAKEN

ANTON

ATTILA

Measures to be taken when Italy de

clared a separate armistice.
Capture of coast between Zara and

Fiume.
Two Italo-German convoys from Italy

to Tripoli/Bengasi, end of December

1941.
Occupation of Egypt and the Suez

Canal.
Occupation of North Italy and Unoc-

cupied France.
Invasion of Albania.
(a and b) Attacks on British ships in

the North Atlantic by Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Hipper, etc. December

1940-January 1941.
Occupation of Unoccupied France, with

Italian cooperation.
Occupation of Unoccupied France; re-

named ANTON on 17 June 1942 when
land and sea operations were sepa-

rated. Delay attack, in Operation GELB. “Luetzow” operating against UK-Rus

sian Convoys in 1942. Attack on Russia. (I & II) Occupation of East Baltic Is

lands, 5 November 1941. (a and b) Attacks on British ships in

the North Atlantic by Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Hipper, etc. December

1940-January 1941. Withdrawal of troops from Finland. Attacks in Baltic Islands and near Fin

land.
Part of planned attack on Caspian Sea,

1942.
Operation around Stalingrad.

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CERBERUS

CHURCHILL

CORSI/CORSO
DANZIG
DELPHIN
DOMINO

DOPPELSCHLAG

EDELWEISS

EICHE
EISBAER
EISENBAHN
ELISABETH
EISPALAST

Transfer of "Scharnhorst, Gneisenau,

and Prinz Eugen" through the Eng

lish Channel, 1942. Danish fishing vessel "Sursum Corda"

spying on English Coast and later

called ERICH. Part of operation GRUEN. Execute attack, in Operation GELB. Clearance of Dalmation Islands. “Scharnhorst and Gneisenau” operat

ing against UK-Russia convoys in
1942. Name changed from FRONT-

THEATER.
Scheer and Hipper operating in Arctic,

1942.
Operation around Baku and Caspian

Sea.
Rescue of Mussolini, 1943.
Attack on Cos, 1943.
Moving of the “Hipper" to Drontheim.
Blockade running, Bay of Biscay, 1943.
"Koeln" operating against UK-Russia

convoys. Name changed to MEIS

ENBALZ, 1942
See CHURCHILL.
Part of operation SEEKRIEG, planned

landing on East English coast. Occupation of Canary Islands, North

Africa, and Gibraltar.
Combing out certain Adriatic Islands.
Capture of Leningrad.
Operations along the Volga, to Astra-

kan.
Intended mining of Dardanelles, Sep-

tember 1944.
Capture of Vis and other Adriatic Is-

lands, 1943.
Defense of Danzig.
See DOMINO.
Operation in French area.
Invasion of Holland, Belgium, and Lux-

embourg.
Occupation of Spain.
Invasion of Czechoslovakia.

ERICH
EUROPA

FELIX

FEUERZANGE
FEUERZAUBER
FISCHREIHER

FLIEGERPILZ

FREISCHUETZ

FRISCHES HAFF
FRONTTHEATER
GANGES
GELB

GISELA
GRUEN

[blocks in formation]

The plan to assassinate Gen. Giraud.
Attacks diversionary to BARBAROSSA

by troops from Norway against Scot

land, 1941.
See HAIFISCH.
See ANGELHAKEN.
See ANGELHAKEN.
Attacks on Arctic convoys.
Landing on Scotch Coast; diversion to

SEELOEWE.
Evacuation of Adriatic coast.
Attack on Malta, 1942.
Naval operations in Baltic and North

Sea, against Convoy P.Q. 19.
Meterological expedition to Greenland.
Invasion of Iceland-planned 1940.
Defense measures against an Allied in-

vasion of Spain, changed from ISA

BELLA in June, 1942.
See ILONA.
Norwegian operations, 1940.
Voyage of Japanese submarines to

Europe.
Occupation of Italian-occupied Balkan

territories; changed from PRINZ

EUGEN.
Unidentified operation circa February

1944.
Projected annexation of Corsica, 1941.
See GANGES.
Projected operation against Gibraltar.
See GANGES.
Attack on Murmansk railroad near

Kandalakscha.
Naval operational group in Mediterra-

nean, 1943-44.
See GANGES.
Operation involving collaboration with

Japan.
Invasion of Greece, 1941.
See EISPALAST.
Invasion of Crete, 1941.
Ship cruising in Swedish water gath-

ering various information, 1935.

KONSTANTIN

KORALLE

KAMELIE
KORSIKA
KURFUERST
LABYRINTH
LACHSFANG

LANDWIRT

MANDARINE
MARCO POLO

MARITA
MEISENBALZ
MERKUR
META

MONSUN

Operation involving use of Japanese

Bases. NAUMBURG

Capture of Narvik, 6 June 1940. NORD

Operation in Norway. NORDLICHT

Withdrawal of troops from Norway. NORDMARK

Bergen/Shetland Islands operations,

1940. NORDWEST

A planned landing in England. OLDENBURG

The economic counterpart of BARBA

ROSSA. OTTO

Annexation of Austria, 1938; also fre

quently refers to the Spanish Civil

War, 1936-38. PRINZ EUGEN

See KONSTANTIN. REGENBOGEN

Attacks against Arctic convoy, P.Q. 20,

1942 and 31 December 1943. RENNTIER

Operation Norway, 1941 (blocking

Kola Bay). RHEINUEBUNG

Operations of the Bismarck. ROESSELSPRUNG Attacks on convoys (P.Q. 17), 1942. ROT .....

The main effort in the West. ROTBUCHE

Defense of German bases in Estonia. SAFARI

Counter measures against Danish sabo

tage. SCHAMIL

Paratrooper attack around Maikop. SCHLESWIG

Part of operation SEEKRIEG (Land

ing on East English coast) including attack on Norwegian convoy, Febru

ary 1940. SEELOEWE

Invasion of Great Britain. SILBERFUCHS

Operation in Norway, 1941 (cutting off

Murmansk). SILBERSTREIFEN ..... Naval operations in Baltic and North

Sea, against convoy P.Q. 15. SK

(SEEKRIEG?) Invasion of East Coast

of England. SONDERSTAB F.......... Military mission to assist Iraq rebellion

1941. SONNENBLUME Capturing Tripoli and Malta (1941). SPORTPALAST

Transfer of capital ships to Norway. TAIFUN

Autumn 1941 attack against Timo

shenko army.

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