Lost Victories - Chapter 7; Between Two Campaigns Summary & Analysis

Erich von Manstein
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In Chapter 7, things were comfortable for Manstein and his staff and soon they got to bathe on beaches on the English Channel. After some rest, Manstein and his Army Corps 38 began training for the projected invasion of Great Britain called Operation Sea Lion. Manstein saw that Hitler had to deal with the British, but really wanted to fight in the east. It was not possible to make a peace deal with the British under Prime Minister Churchill, but there was no long-range plan to win the war. Hitler could have made preparations to invade Great Britain back in April, but did not get serious about it until August. Likewise, Germany was not able to conduct a sustained bombing campaign against British production centers. Other alternatives were to drive Britain out of the Mediterranean, but Manstein did not think this...

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