Eisenhower, then-Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force, made a tentative decision late in the evening of June 4 to get ships moving, and gave the final, "OK, we'll go.
What does AEF stand for?
AEF stands for Allied Expeditionary Force
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We have 166 other meanings of AEF in our Acronym Attic
- Africa Enterprise Fund
- Afrique Équatoriale Française (French: French Equatorial Africa; est. 1910)
- Aggregate External Finance
- Air and Space Expeditionary Force (USAF, formerly Aerospace Expeditionary Force)
- Air Expeditionary Force(s)
- Air Experience Flying
- Airborne Equipment Failure
- Alberta Emerald Foundation (Canada)
- All Else Failed (band)
- Alliance Evangélique Française (French: French Evangelical Alliance)
- Allons en France (French: Come to France; annual contest; French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs)
- Alternating Electric Field (physics)
- Alternative Electronic Filing
- American Eagle Foundation
- American Endowment Foundation (Hudson, OH)
- American Enuresis Foundation
- American Expeditionary Force
- AMSOIL Engine Flush (various locations)
- Amyloid-Enhancing Factor
- Annuaire des Entreprises de France (French: Business Directory of France)
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From the strategies emanating from the Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF) to the fate of one Kurt L.
Also present at the signing were Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder, Deputy Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force, General Carl Spaatz of the United States Air Forces and General Jean-Marie de Lattre de Tassigny of the French First Army.
Six days later an Allied expeditionary force landed in Northern Norway.
that all American units would serve under the direct command" of Allied Expeditionary Forces Headquarters (p.
Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender came on May 7 at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, in Rheims, and was ratified at a ceremony in Berlin the following day.
Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender came on May 7 at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, in Reims, and was ratified at a ceremony in Berlin the following day.
Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force have just issued Communique Number One.