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Cherchell Conference

21 Oct 1942 - 22 Oct 1942

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ww2dbaseOn the night of 21-22 Oct 1942, American Major General Mark Clark arrived at Cherchell, Algeria by submarine to conduct a secret conference with Vichy French commander Charles Mast. Pro-Allies, Mast promised Clark that when the Allies invade Vichy French territory in North Africa, his troops would not oppose the landings. When Operation Torch was launched on 8 Nov 1942, Mast upheld his promise and gave the order "[d]o not oppose but assist the American landings".

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Last Major Update: Jan 2007




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Participants:
» Barjot, Pierre
» Clark, Mark

Location:
» Algeria

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