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Encyclopedia > Operation Dove

In World War II, Operation Dove (Allies, 1944) was the glider-borne assault conducted as part of the invasion of southern France (Operation Dragoon) on 15 August 1944. Over three hundred gliders carried three thousand soldiers and critical equipment to reinforce paratroopers who had already landed.

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Operation Dove (Ireland) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (432 words)
Operation Dove ("Unternehmen Taube" in German) also sometimes known as Operation Pigeon, was an Abwehr II.
The plan envisioned the transport of IRA Chief of Staff Seán Russell to Ireland, and on the arrival of Frank Ryan in Berlin three days before the launch of the operation, it was also decided to transport him during the operation.
Russell was informed of Operation Mainau, the plan to parachute Dr. Hermann Görtz into Ireland.
Rules & Regulations | Dove Hunting (1236 words)
It is not a normal agricultural operation to seed the same field repeatedly, to concentrate wheat in long rows, or to pile wheat on the field.
If a large concentration of doves is present and the field is freshly plowed, look closely at the soil for grain that is not part of a normal agricultural operation, such as grain not grown in the field, grain not evenly distributed, or the presence of other attractive material.
Doves may be taken only with a shotgun, and the shotgun must be incapable of holding more than three shells in the magazine and chamber combined.
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