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WidowMaker1711 #281 Posted 25 November 2014 - 10:50 PM

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View Postbenjobadman1, on 25 November 2014 - 10:30 PM, said:

 

​plus they only had the 1week of the monthly Lunar cycle due to tides where dover would be clear at high tide the eastern fringes of southern england would be low tide very scary stuff due to the mass propaganda machine that the Germans had I'm currently reading on op sea lion by peter Fleming very good read btw lots of different accounts

 

At the time Dover would have been.a poor choice to attack as there was only one road route in and out and the railway line along the coast. The South Coast generally is a bad place to attack. Lots of high cliffs and the valleys between that give security to the defenders. Like Guillaume Le Batârd the Germans best bet would have been the coast in East Sussex the stretch around Hastings is prime country for that imo.


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