The end of the war must have seen some extraordinary movements of shipping as Allied Forces went home. From just Italy alone Americans, Canadians and Brazilians had to be shipped back across the Atlantic, New Zealanders, Australians and Indians faced a long haul home, South and other Africans had ways to go. The British may have been able to use rail for some for part of the trip but still a big exercise. And similar issues would apply in other theatres. How was all of this organised? Was there any form of centralised Allied coordination? If so by whom? Not something you see much about.