Operation Jubilee order of battle

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Operation Jubilee was the Allied code name for the raid at Dieppe on the French coast on August 19, 1942. The following order of battle lists the significant military units that participated in the battle, or were available as reserve.


Ground forces

The landing force commander was Major General John Hamilton Roberts, the commander of the 2nd Canadian Infantry Division.


  1. Did not disembark; served as anti-aircraft gunners on LCT and two sergeants downed a German aircraft, earning Mentions in Despatches.
  2. Floating reserve.
  3. assigned as observers to various units

Naval forces

The naval forces were under the command of Captain John Hughes-Hallett of the Royal Navy.

Supporting elements came from Royal Navy Coastal Forces

Air forces

The Allied air forces were under the command of Air Vice Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory.



Defence of the coast at Dieppe was y the 302.Infanterie-Division under the command of Generalleutnant Konrad Haase. This division was assigned to LXXXI.Armee-Korps, Army Group D.

  • 302nd Static Infantry Division
    • 570th Infantry Regiment
    • 571st Infantry Regiment
    • 572nd Infantry Regiment
    • 302nd Artillery Regiment
    • 302nd Reconnaissance Battalion
    • 302nd Antitank Battalion
    • 302nd Engineer Battalion
  • 216th Battery
  • 813th Battery
  • 2/770 Army Coastal Battery
  • Heavy Flak group

The following German formations were available as reserves, but did not actually participate in the battle:



  1. "DIEPPE 19/AUG/ 1942". Tony Rodaway. Retrieved 9 July 2010. [self-published source?]