Operation Sealion

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Phoney WarSaarThe Heligoland Bight


LuxembourgThe Netherlands(The HagueRotterdamZeelandRotterdam Blitz)Belgium(Fort Eben-EmaelHannutGembloux )France(SedanArrasLilleCalaisPaulaDunkirkDunkirk evacuationItalian Invasion of France)Britain - (Adlertag - Battle of Britain Day)Sea Lion


Cerberus and DonnerkeilSt Nazaire RaidDieppe Raid


OverlordDragoonSiegfried LineMarket Garden – (Arnhem) – Hürtgen ForestAintreeAachenScheldtBulge(NordwindBodenplatte)Colmar PocketInvasion of Germany

Strategic Campaigns

Operation Sea Lion (German: Unternehmen Seelöwe) was Germany's plan to invade the United Kingdom during World War II, beginning in 1940. To have had any chance of success, however, the operation would have required air supremacy over the English Channel. With the German defeat in the Battle of Britain, Sea Lion was postponed indefinitely on 17 September 1940 and never carried out.[2]

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