Table of Contents United States Naval Forces Europe, 7 vols
(Operation NEPTUNE is Volume Five of this set.)
|Volume I||General Administrative History.|
|Volume II||General Administrative History.|
|Volume III||Miscellaneous Activities and Staff Sections of COMNAVEU.|
U.S. Naval Attaché, London; U.S. Naval Air Activities in Europe; Hydrographic Section and Staff Navigation Section; Staff Medical Office; The Chaplain Corps; Naval Technical Intelligence Activities, Staff of COMNAVEU; U.S. Naval Postal Service in Europe; Communications Section, Staff of COMNAVEU.
|Volume IV||Supply and Logistical Activities.|
Lend-Lease and Reciprocal Aid in the United Kingdom; U.S. Naval Representative on the London Munitions Assignment Board; Logistical Planning and Support for Cross-Channel Operations; U.S. Naval Bases in the United Kingdom.
|Volume V||The Invasion of Normandy.|
|Volume VI||Post-Hostilities Planning.|
History of Post-Hostilities Planning in COMNAVEU Headquarters; Negotiating the Naval Terms of the Treaty of Peace with Italy.
|Volume VII||U.S. Naval Task Forces and Groups in Europe.|
The U.S. Navy in France; U.S. Naval Forces, Germany; U.S. Ports and Bases, Germany (Task Force 126); Naval Division, U.S. Group, Control Council, Germany; U.S. Naval Division, U.S. Element, Allied Commission, Austria; U.S. Naval Components in SHAEF/USFET Missions to Liberated Countries; Belgium and Luxembourg, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway; U.S. Naval Forces, Azores; U.S. Naval Forces, Mediterranean (April, 1945 to February, 1946); Senior U.S. Naval Liaison Officer, Italy.