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This webpage reproduces a section of

Force Mulberry
by
Alfred Stanford
[Commander, U. S. N. R.]


published by
William Morrow and Company
New York
1951

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 p205  Mulberry Bibliography

A Harbor Goes to France. British Ministry of Information Film, 1945.

"Allies Use Synthetic Harbors for France." Official Report. Reprinted Daily Telegraph, Oct. 16, 1944.

*Battle Report, Task Force 128. Report of Installation, Mulberry A. July, 1944.

*Battle Summary No. 39: Operation Neptune. The landings in Normandy. Tactical and Staff Duties Division, Naval Staff. Admiralty, June, 1947.

Biennial Report of the Chief of Staff of the U. S. Army July 1, 1943, to June 30, 1945. Gen. George C. Marshall. Washington, D. C.: War Dept., 1945.

*ComNavEu Studies. Office of Naval History and Records. Administrative History, Part II. Logistic Planning and Support for Neptune — Overlord. Appendix 1, Annex A, Mulberry. (Dietrich.) U. S. Naval Participation in Neptune — Overlord. (McBride.)

Crusade in Europe. Gen. of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower. New York: Doubleday, 1948.

"Harbors Taken to Normandy Come Home to Roost." New York Herald Tribune, Feb. 8, 1948.

*History of U. S. Naval Operations in World War II. (Preliminary Draft, to be Vol. X.) The Liberation of France. Rear Adm. S. E. Morison, USNR (Ret.).

 p206  Miracle Harbor. British Information Services Pamphlet, May, 1945.

"Omaha Beachhead." June 6‑13, 1944. American Forces in Action Series. Vol. VII. Historical Division, War Dept., 1945.

*Operational History. Vol. X: "Liberation of France." U. S. Navy Dept., History of U. S. Naval Operations in World War II.

Operation Neptune. Commander Kenneth Edwards. London: Collins, 1946.

Overture to Overlord. Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick Morgan. New York: Doubleday, 1950.

"Portable Ports." Ships. New York: Shipbuilders Council of America, Jan. 1945. Pp11‑14.

*Progress Reports. Task Force Support Section, Project 1. ComNavEu.

Report of U. S. Naval Activities 1943‑45. Fleet Adm. E. J. King. Washington, D. C.: Navy Dept., 1945.

*Report on the Establishment of Beach Shelters, Artificial Harbours ANCXF. Vol. X/0911/6/62. August 30, 1944.

The Normandy Invasion Docks. Rear Adm. John J. Manning (CEC) USN. Conn. Society of Civil Engineers (Reprint of Address). Pp35‑47.

"Was Mulberry a Failure?" George Campey. London Evening Standard, July 26, 1948.

"We Carried Our Harbors with Us." Albert A. Maisel. Reader's Digest, 1945.


The Author's Note:

* Official records, not published at present.


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