French Freedom PapersMain MenuLettersSummaries of the translated letters of the French Freedom Papers collectionRelevant FiguresProvides context about the people sending, receiving, and mentioned in these lettersRelevant Events & PlacesProvides context about the historical events and places being discussed in the lettersReferencesSources used to give context to the historical events and figures found in the letters.External ResourcesLinks to external sites about Charles de Gaulle, World War II, Free French, and this collectionTranslation MethodsKSU French 7208b42ed21d3c5345086d6fd65589ad65f6b323f0c
12016-10-24T11:03:02-07:00Robert Olleraf78ffd7a21d64304daa96a2509eae7bf402d00698634plain2016-12-06T17:52:07-08:00Mary Hellmer9543bbbc864f26c17be9a9d2ad5b4c1fb3a2b378Archibald Nye (April 23rd, 1895-- November 13th, 1967), a British Army Officer involved in correspondence with the French that General Alexander has arranged for greater cooperation between Leclerc and the Eighth Army during World War II. Nye was the Chief of Combined Operations and Commodore, promoted to vice-admiral in March of 1942, and he planned and organized the Raid at St. Nazaire in mid-1942 as well as pushed through the Dieppe Raid of August 19th, 1942 (Greer List of Correspondents).
Letters Sent by Archibald Nye:
Nye to de Gaulle: 1/19/1943
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12016-10-02T16:04:36-07:00Mary Hellmer9543bbbc864f26c17be9a9d2ad5b4c1fb3a2b378Relevant Figures40Provides context about the people sending, receiving, and mentioned in these lettersplain2016-12-07T12:28:51-08:00Adam Hewitt-Smith5668a062423ae2835c759a6a3349d8986e6a4532