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Allied Facilities

What Special Forces facilities did the Allied use?

Page Created
June 17th, 2022
Last Updated
May 5th, 2023
Opposing Parties
The Allied Facilities
The Axis Facilities
The Allied Facilities
Great Britain

Since most countries European countries were occupied by the Germans in 1939 and 1940, most facilities for Special and Specialised Forces were during that phase of the war situated in the Great Britain and British controlled North Africa. Later during the war when more countries joined the Allied the Special Forces facilities were scattered more over the continents. Allied special forces facilities played a crucial role in the war effort. These facilities were used to train, equip, and deploy elite soldiers, whose skills and bravery were essential to the success of numerous missions. Allied special forces facilities were located all over the world and were used by a variety of military units, including the British Special Operations Executive, the United States Office of Strategic Services, and the French Resistance. These facilities were often secret and well-guarded, as the success of special forces missions often depended on their secrecy. They were also equipped with the latest technologies and weapons to give the soldiers the best chance of success.