World at War #52 - Sealion

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The Magazine:
Sealion - Proposed German Invasion of England : Britain stood alone against Hitler’s Germany in the summer of 1940, and for the first time in 150 years faced the possibility of invasion. Only the English Channel separated the two foes, and it remained to be seen if it could be overcome by the Germans.
Other Articles:
First Battle of Tomaszów Lubelski - Poland’s Lost Victory: The fate of the Polish campaign had been decided by mid-September 1939. Despite the looming defeat, Poland launched a daring attack on German forces at Tomaszów Lubelski.
Vella Lavella - Last Act in the Solomons: Vella Lavella. The name sounds pleasant and conjured an image of a South Seas paradise. For those Allied soldiers who invaded the island in 1943, it was a fetid, malarial hell garrisoned by fanatical Japanese troops.
The Battle of the River Plate: On 13 December 1939, the German pocket battleship Graf Spee fought three Royal Navy cruisers off the coast of Uruguay and Argentina. The battle marked the first great naval engagement of World War II.
The Game:
Sealion: The German Invasion of England, September 1940 is a wargame that simulates a hypothetical German invasion of England in late 1940 (circa September) and assumes that the Germans had achieved air superiority over the Royal Air Force. This game incorporates an unabstracted level of detail and, therefore, both air and naval operations, as well as all facets of land operations (operational and strategic). While it is to be assumed that the British had already lost the eponymous Battle of Britain, the RAF is not completely out of the fight just yet, and the Royal Navy still presents a credible threat to the Germans’ amphibious landings and supply conduits across the English Channel. On the ground, the Germans have operational superiority, but the British Army can rely on their interior lines of communication and defensible terrain, including a crude network of hastily constructed fortifications that had been built before the invasion.
Components: 22x34 inch map, 280 die-cut counters.


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