I guess the lack of intelligence, decision and planning for this proposed idea that T.A. has revealed to us with not a lack of evidence of its perhaps successful invasion and the creation of a third front. My problem is the understanding between the allies themselves for the preparation, and communication of German uboats. Wouldn't it be a bit more obvious when theres a fleet moving in '42? In '44 the Germans didn't really go beyond there pens as much as there previous years? What about Vichy? Would it be pressured to fight? and the Italians? They were creating new weapons the some what did stand a better chance then there previous materials maybe. Mussolini wouldn't be in a more dangerous position then a full frontal invasion of Italian homeland. Even though they are no more stronger they still could aid in some way.