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Seelowe in [[German Language|German]] means Sealion and was the code name for the German invasion of [[Britain]] in 1940-1941. The key to winning the Isle of Britain was a mass assault of bombings and other attacks by the [[Luftwaffe]]. The assault failed and the Luftwaffe was heavily diminished by the [[RAF]]. The RAF made a heroic stand that ultimately saved Britain.
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'''Seelowe''' in [[German Language|German]] means "Sealion" and was the code name for the German invasion of [[Britain]] in 1940-1941. The key to winning the Isle of Britain was a mass assault of bombings and other attacks by the [[Luftwaffe]]. The assault failed and the Luftwaffe was heavily diminished by the [[RAF]]. The RAF made a heroic stand that ultimately saved Britain.
  
 
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[[Category:World War II]]

Latest revision as of 01:32, January 15, 2011

Seelowe in German means "Sealion" and was the code name for the German invasion of Britain in 1940-1941. The key to winning the Isle of Britain was a mass assault of bombings and other attacks by the Luftwaffe. The assault failed and the Luftwaffe was heavily diminished by the RAF. The RAF made a heroic stand that ultimately saved Britain.

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