Operation Zeppelin (Allies)


Operation Zeppelin (Allies)

During World War II, Operation Zeppelin was a deception plan carried out by the Allies designed to depict a potential amphibious landing on Crete, western Greece, or the Romanian Black Sea coast. It was carried out in the time preceding the invasion of Normandy.

Zeppelin was a complement to Operation Bodyguard, and was in support of Operation Overlord and Operation Dragoon.

Zeppelin followed Operation Cascade.


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