Operation Lochiel II

'Lochiel' (ii) was a British tactical deception plan schemed as the logical successor to 'Lochiel' (i) and designed to persuade the Axis powers that Lieutenant General K. A. N. Anderson’s Allied 1st Army was preparing to launch a major offensive from Téboursouk in the southern part of central Tunisia to take Tunis (March/April 1943).

Planned under the supervision of Lieutenant Colonel David Strangeways, 'Lochiel II' was discarded in favour of 'Hostage' (i).