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England`s nightmare begins. German airborne troops are landing in the countryside, not far from Folkestone, after the five radar stations securing Kent had been destroyed by a commando action. Air raids are launched on the main headquarters, while the power and telephone lines connecting Kent to the rest of England are destroyed from the air. The landing is meticulously to England`s nightmare begins. German airborne troops are landing in the countryside, not far from Folkestone, after the five radar stations securing Kent had been destroyed by a commando action. Air raids are launched on the main headquarters, while the power and telephone lines connecting Kent to the rest of England are destroyed from the air. The landing is meticulously told from the perspective of German and English soldiers, aviators and sailors. The book covers the first day of the landing and is the second book in the "Sealion" series, Volume 1 is available here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07NK7DMTZ I recommend reading the first volume first, which makes it easier to better understand the complexity of the operation. Volume 3 of the trilogy is about 30% finished (but growing continuously), will probably be online in early 2020!


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England`s nightmare begins. German airborne troops are landing in the countryside, not far from Folkestone, after the five radar stations securing Kent had been destroyed by a commando action. Air raids are launched on the main headquarters, while the power and telephone lines connecting Kent to the rest of England are destroyed from the air. The landing is meticulously to England`s nightmare begins. German airborne troops are landing in the countryside, not far from Folkestone, after the five radar stations securing Kent had been destroyed by a commando action. Air raids are launched on the main headquarters, while the power and telephone lines connecting Kent to the rest of England are destroyed from the air. The landing is meticulously told from the perspective of German and English soldiers, aviators and sailors. The book covers the first day of the landing and is the second book in the "Sealion" series, Volume 1 is available here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07NK7DMTZ I recommend reading the first volume first, which makes it easier to better understand the complexity of the operation. Volume 3 of the trilogy is about 30% finished (but growing continuously), will probably be online in early 2020!

40 review for Sealion boarding: German Invasion of England, July 1940

  1. 5 out of 5

    Allen McDonnell

    Excellent Work Continued 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. This s book 2 and the saga continues. These books are a fast pleasant read. Book One gives you the period from Dunkirk through the start of the invasion. Book 2 covers ju Excellent Work Continued 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. This s book 2 and the saga continues. These books are a fast pleasant read. Book One gives you the period from Dunkirk through the start of the invasion. Book 2 covers just a single day, but so many complex things take place over so many crucial locations that just one day crams the book with fast paced action.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    Well written plausible plot. Well written story. Plausible plot although up to this point everything seems to follow the Seelowe plan. The problem with this is it rarely happens. Combat is a democracy. The enemy gets a vote.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Robert L Pate

    Attention grabbing Excellent read very riveting , holds your attention and makes me want to finish instead of going to sleep. Very well told .

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    creig speed

    Realistic scenarios I love alternative history and this trilogy really makes it probable. I can see this actually working and world history would be very different today.

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    Lelia Howell

    A Good what if book This is a good what if book to read. It brings a good story to life. And you wonder if this could happen.

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