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Chilliing - 'Pressure will be brought on the English, that could lead to the rapid abandonement by them by the whole area south and south east of London - The terrain of Brighton is particularly suitable for operations by fast moving units'
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.
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.
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.
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.