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Hitler's Germany wins World War II. Here it begins! What if Germany had won World War II? For this Germany would have had to defeat England. Then the war would never have become a world war. There were not many switches that would have had to point the events in a slightly different direction in order to get a completely different course of history. This novel describes Hitler's Germany wins World War II. Here it begins! What if Germany had won World War II? For this Germany would have had to defeat England. Then the war would never have become a world war. There were not many switches that would have had to point the events in a slightly different direction in order to get a completely different course of history. This novel describes the fictitious execution of the Sealion invasion, with a completely different strategy than in the original planning. The content of the novel is about the planning and the preparation of the landing (Volume 1). The landing itself and the subsequent conquest of England follow later in Volumes 2 and 3. Only a few prerequisites, entirely feasible at that time, would have been necessary to make the operation successful: 1. The planning for sealion should have been done as contingency planning already in the spring of 1940 parallel to the Plan Yellow the plan for the Blitzkrieg in France. 2. The landing should have started as soon as possible after the fall of Dunkirk. 3. additional tanks for Me 109 fighters could have been produced early (technically no problem). 4. the training of several German bomber units with a double role as torpedo bombers. 5. the beginning of the fight against the RAF infrastructure already at the beginning of July, instead of the senseless channel fight. 6. the ultimative request to the Vichy government to hand over tanks, artillery, aircraft and merchant ships to the German Wehrmacht for use. 7. no bombardment of London but destruction of the RAF and Royal Navy 8. the clear political and military will to carry out sea lion 9. a landing initially primarily as an airborne landing My fictional story implements these requirements. It begins shortly before France's surrender. However, some of the inserts still have an earlier date, to explain some important prerequisites for the success of the operation. In this fictional story I also took the liberty of letting Göring die from an overdose of cocaine and of having Churchill assassinated by an Irish terrorist. Although I actually like Churchill, a brilliant political criminal and German-hater. At any rate, Göring was followed by Milch, a born organizer and pragmatist, who with his unscrupulous energy avoids Göring's mistakes, fights down the RAF and RN and thus creates the conditions for the landing. The book is also available as a paperback at Amazon: Volume 2 is available as E Book under: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07Z28HMKF Also available as paperback. Volume 3 is at about 40% and will probably be published in spring of 2020.


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Hitler's Germany wins World War II. Here it begins! What if Germany had won World War II? For this Germany would have had to defeat England. Then the war would never have become a world war. There were not many switches that would have had to point the events in a slightly different direction in order to get a completely different course of history. This novel describes Hitler's Germany wins World War II. Here it begins! What if Germany had won World War II? For this Germany would have had to defeat England. Then the war would never have become a world war. There were not many switches that would have had to point the events in a slightly different direction in order to get a completely different course of history. This novel describes the fictitious execution of the Sealion invasion, with a completely different strategy than in the original planning. The content of the novel is about the planning and the preparation of the landing (Volume 1). The landing itself and the subsequent conquest of England follow later in Volumes 2 and 3. Only a few prerequisites, entirely feasible at that time, would have been necessary to make the operation successful: 1. The planning for sealion should have been done as contingency planning already in the spring of 1940 parallel to the Plan Yellow the plan for the Blitzkrieg in France. 2. The landing should have started as soon as possible after the fall of Dunkirk. 3. additional tanks for Me 109 fighters could have been produced early (technically no problem). 4. the training of several German bomber units with a double role as torpedo bombers. 5. the beginning of the fight against the RAF infrastructure already at the beginning of July, instead of the senseless channel fight. 6. the ultimative request to the Vichy government to hand over tanks, artillery, aircraft and merchant ships to the German Wehrmacht for use. 7. no bombardment of London but destruction of the RAF and Royal Navy 8. the clear political and military will to carry out sea lion 9. a landing initially primarily as an airborne landing My fictional story implements these requirements. It begins shortly before France's surrender. However, some of the inserts still have an earlier date, to explain some important prerequisites for the success of the operation. In this fictional story I also took the liberty of letting Göring die from an overdose of cocaine and of having Churchill assassinated by an Irish terrorist. Although I actually like Churchill, a brilliant political criminal and German-hater. At any rate, Göring was followed by Milch, a born organizer and pragmatist, who with his unscrupulous energy avoids Göring's mistakes, fights down the RAF and RN and thus creates the conditions for the landing. The book is also available as a paperback at Amazon: Volume 2 is available as E Book under: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07Z28HMKF Also available as paperback. Volume 3 is at about 40% and will probably be published in spring of 2020.

30 review for Sealion ascending: The invasion of England, July 1940

  1. 5 out of 5

    Allen McDonnell

    Excellent Work Very well researched and plausibly projected from a known point of departure. The translation from German to English results in a few phrases that come across as odd to my internal American voice. However anyone with familiarity with the era the terminology is easily understood if slightly unconventional.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lelia Howell

    A Good start to a what if. The story flows and tells about a good what if. I would like to see a second book and finish the book

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