By Ian Lyall Grant
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Gen. Henry H. Arnold represented the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Their British counterparts, Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke, Chief of the Imperial General Staff, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound, First Sea Lord, and Air Chief 20 STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR COALITION WARFARE Marshal Sir Charles F. A. Portal, Chief of the Air Staff, were ably assisted by Field Marshal Sir John Dill, Chief of the British Joint Staff Mission in Washing1 ton. On the fringes of the conference hovered the two contending leaders of the French, General Henri Giraud, High Commissioner of French Africa, and General Charles de Gaulle, leader of the Fighting French forces.
Both the effectiveness of American asThe new policy required emergency re- sistance to the Chinese Government and inforcements in the fall for both Guadal- the combat efficiency of the Chinese 18 canal and the Papua Campaign. Before Army. After the Burma Road was cut the close of the year some of the troop by the Japanese in late April, the probstrength originally built up in the lems facing Stilwell's mission became far Central Pacific was being transferred to more difficult. S. Army, howsupport these local offensives, and it was ever, the CBI remained—as did the clear that still more Army troops would Middle East—essentially an air and supply theater.
Gen. Henry H. Arnold, Admiral Ernest J. King, General George C. Marshall, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound, Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke, and Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles F. A. Portal. " He still favored a main British-American effort against Germany in the form of a cross-Channel operation aimed at northern France. Reviewing all the old arguments the American staff had advanced since the spring of 1942 in defense of the BOLEROROUNDUP plan, he added some variations. S. troops in the United Kingdom.