World: Design by Berlin

The Berlin correspondent of the Stockholm Tidningen sent this German concept of invasion:

British warships and Allied bombers will first pound the invasion point. Invasion boats, each carrying 120 men, will then bring up the first attack wave of 50,000 troops. Only 13,000 of these will reach shore. Half of a second wave of 50,000 will also be killed by defending submarines and aircraft. The survivors of the first 100,000 men will establish a bridgehead extending perhaps five or six miles inland, although by then 90,000 of them will have been killed, captured or wounded. Other waves will follow. By the third...

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