ABDA Command


ABDA Command
Australian, British, Dutch, American Command (Anglais. En franc. = Commandement Ausralien-Britannique-Hollandais-Américain). Commandement unifié créé à Singapour le 8 janvier 1942, pour faire face à la rapide progression japonaise en Malaisie. Le chef en fut le général britannique sir Archibald Wavell. Le siège de l'ABDA Command fut ensuite transféré à Lembang (île de Java). Incapable d'arrêter l'avance japonaise, l'ABDA Command fut supprimé le 25 février 1942.

Sigles et Acronymes francais - Paris: éd. Belin. . 2002.

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