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Supported by the French fleet in the English Channel, Germany forces his way into the North Sea in Fall of 1901, while France takes Belgium and Portugal with his armies. In Spring of 1902, Germany and France both attempt convoys onto England, and at least one is guaranteed to succeed. Named after Hitler's plan to attack England from out of the Low Countries, this opening gained rapid popularity in the late 1990's in e-mail play.
Supported by the French fleet in the English Channel, Germany forces his way into the North Sea in Fall of 1901, while France takes Belgium and Portugal with his armies. In Spring of 1902, Germany and France both attempt convoys onto England, and at least one is guaranteed to succeed. Named after Hitler's plan to attack England from out of the Low Countries, this opening gained rapid popularity in the late 1990's in e-mail play.
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[[The Sealion Opening]] by Edi Birsan
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*[[The Sealion Opening]] by Edi Birsan
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[[The Sealion Opening in Action]] by Bif Smithson
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*[[The Sealion Opening in Action]] by Bif Smithson
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Supported by the French fleet in the English Channel, Germany forces his way into the North Sea in Fall of 1901, while France takes Belgium and Portugal with his armies. In Spring of 1902, Germany and France both attempt convoys onto England, and at least one is guaranteed to succeed. Named after Hitler's plan to attack England from out of the Low Countries, this opening gained rapid popularity in the late 1990's in e-mail play.