ABC-1 Agreements reached at Washington Conference, January-March 1941. ACHSE German plan to take over control of Italy. ALABASTER Troop convoy from Greenock to Iceland 17 May 1940. ALAMO Code for U.S. Sixth Army while it was operating as a special ground task force headquarters directly under GHQ SWPA. ANCHORAGE Code name originally used for projected Hansa Bay operation. ANCHORAGE was used for ALAMO Force journals kept during the Admiralties operation. ANVIL The planned 1944 Allied invasion of southern France in the Toulon-Marseille area. ARCADIA U.S.-British Conference held in Washington, December 1941- January 1942. ARGONAUT International Conference held at Malta and Yalta, January- February 1945. BARRISTER Plan for capture of Dakar (formerly BLACK and PICADOR). BLACK Plan for seizure of Dakar (later PICADOR and BARRISTER). BOLERO Build-up of U.S. forces and supplies in United Kingdom for cross-Channel attack. BREWER Operations in the Admiralties. BUCCANEER Plan for amphibious operation in the Andaman Islands. CARTWHEEL Converging drives on Rabaul by South Pacific and SWPA forces. CATHERINE Plan for sending British naval forces into the Baltic Sea to gain control of those waters and stop Swedish ore traffic. CHAMPION Late 1943 plan for general offensive in Burma. COMET British plan, not carried out, for an air drop on 7 September 1944 in the Arnhem-Nijmegen area. Page 530 CORONET Assault planned for 1 December 1945 on Tokyo Plain. CULVERIN Plan for assault on Sumatra. DRAGOON Allied invasion of southern France, 15 August 1944, planned under the code name ANVIL. EUREKA The Tehran Conference, 28 November-1 December 1943. GELB German plan for the invasion of France, the Netherlands, and Belgium. GREEN Prewar plan of operations in event of war with Mexico. GYMNAST Early plan for invasion of North Africa, referring to either the American plan for landing at Casablanca or the British plan for landing farther eastward on the Mediterranean coast (see SUPER-GYMNAST). HERCULES German plan to invade Malta. HUSKY Allied invasion of Sicily in July 1943. INDIGO Plan for movement of troops to Iceland. JUPITER Plan for operations in northern Norway. MAGIC Code name applied to intercepted and decoded Japanese messages. MARKET-GARDEN Operation in September 1944 to establish bridgeheads across three rivers in the Netherlands (Maas, Waal, and Lower Rhine) and reach the IJssel Meer. Airborne phase was called Operation MARKET. Companion ground attack was Operation GARDEN. MUSKETEER Code name for a series of plans covering operations for recapture of Philippine Islands. NEPTUNE Actual 1944 operations within OVERLORD. Used for security reasons after September 1943 on all OVERLORD planning papers that referred to target area and date. NORD WIND German counterattack in Alsace, January 1945. Page 531 OLYMPIC Plan for March 1946 invasion of Kyushu, Japan. ORANGE Prewar plan of operations in event of war with Japan. OVERLORD Allied cross-Channel invasion of northwest Europe, June 1944. PIGSTICK Limited operation on south Mayu Peninsula. POINTBLANK The Combined Bomber Offensive from the United Kingdom against Germany. QUADRANT U.S.-British Conference at Quebec, August 1943. RAINBOW Various plans prepared between 1939 and 1941 to meet Axis aggression involving more than one enemy. RANKIN Plans for an emergency return to the Continent in event of a collapse of German resistance. RED Prewar plan of operations in event of war with Great Britain. RENO SWPA plans for operations in the Bismarck Archipelago, along northern coast of New Guinea and thence to Mindanao, P.I. ROUNDUP Plan for major U.S.-British attack across the Channel in 1943. ROYAL MARINE British proposal for sowing fluvial mines in the Rhine. SEXTANT Cairo-Tehran Conference, 22 November-7 December 1943. SHINGLE Amphibious operation at Anzio, Italy. SLEDGEHAMMER Plan for limited cross-Channel attack in 1942. SUPER-GYMNAST Plan for Anglo-American invasion of French North Africa, combining U.S. and British plans and often used interchangeably with GYMNAST. TERMINAL International Conference near Potsdam, 1626 July 1945. TORCH Allied invasion of North and Northwest Africa, November 1942. TRIDENT U.S.-British Conference held at Washington. May 1943. Page 532 WESERUEBUNG German operation against Norway and Denmark. WESERUEBUNG Plan for occupation of Norway by means of air and seaborne NORD landings at the most important places along the coast. WESERUEBUNG Plan for occupation of all of Denmark. SUED WILFRED Plan for laying of mine fields in Norwegian waters.