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List of Military Operations in the West European Theater during WW2 by Year

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List of Military Operations in the West European Theater during WW2 by Year

Western Front

Includes land and sea operations relating to north-west Europe, but excludes:

1935 — 1938

  • Fall Rot ("Case Red") (1935) — overview of defense planning in tandem with Fall Blau. Rot covered defense in the west in the event of military action in the east (Fall Blau).
  • Fall Blau ("Case Blue") (1935) — overview of defense planning in tandem with Fall Rot.
  • Fall Otto ("Case Otto") (1937) — plan to occupy Austria.
  • Fall Richard ("Case Richard") (1937) — Contingency planning for Soviet/communist takeover in Spain.
  • Fall Grün ("Case Green") (1938) — plan for invasion of Czechoslovakia.

1939

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

See also

List of World War II military operations

External links

  • WW2DB: List of Axis Operations
  • WW2DB: List of Allied Operations
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