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Jennifer A. Munson


During World War II, the Allied forces mounted an amphibious assault on the occupied French coastal town of Dieppe. Since its execution, the raid on Dieppe has become a very controversial topic. The operation had an abundance of flaws that caused many casualties. This article analyzes both issues and who, if any one should have been held responsible.

Note on the Author

Jennifer Munson is a first-year Master’s student studying history at the University of Maine. Her Master’s thesis research focuses on the memorialization of the Holocaust on U.S and Canadian soil and the involvement of immigrants in erecting those memorials.

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