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However, despite the opportunity presented by the death of Hitler and the incapacitation of Himmler, the British Army is in no condition to mount an offensive operation on Nazi Occupied Europe, and the Resistance movements are not in any position to try to restore freedom to the occupied nations. And before Churchill could try to accomplish anything, Göring takes control of the German state, and begins plans to knock the United Kingdom out of the war. Plans for Operation Sealion are accelerated under a shroud of secrecy. The Luftwaffe is sent to destroy the RAF, while new U-boats are being put into service. Within six weeks, RAF Fighter Command is on its last ropes, dozen's of merchant ships are being sunk weekly, and soon the British economy is shuddering to a halt. However, in a "grand gesture," Winston Churchill orders Bomber Command to attack Berlin, and the bombers are able to sneak in and attack the capital.
Göring is shocked at the British attack on Berlin. He must respond, but he can't divert too much to make an effective response by bombing London. So, what should Göring do?
Created by Tbguy1992 03:42, February 25, 2011 (UTC)