Chilling post-war analysis of Operation Sealion revealed.

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Folkstone - The Germans had access to detailed maps of south coast sites showing key targets.<br />
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A top secret post war analysis by British Naval intelligence that offers a detailed and chilling account of the German equivalent of the D-Day landings has been uncovered.<br />
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The volume was compiled by the British based on documents recovered in German naval archives after the war that outlined the Nazi invasion of the UK.<br />
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And the blueprint for Operation Sealion that was to have taken place in September 1940 is remarkably similar to Operation Overlord - the Allied invasion of Normandy - four years later.<br />
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Adolf Hitler identified five different sectors of the English coast to attack with 600,000 men ; from Ramsgate in Kent in the east to Selsey Bill in West Sussex in the west.