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HistoryWargaming24 Oct 2021 9:08 a.m. PST

In 1974 Paddy Griffith ran a game about operation Sealion at at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst and the Staff College. With 6 generals and many military experts, including many with combat experience from WWII, it was a serious attempt to explore a contested area of military history.

After a number of years research, I have just uploaded a video about the game.

It may amuse you for 30 mins over coffee one day, or it may not!

YouTube link

Personal logo Bashytubits Supporting Member of TMP24 Oct 2021 1:29 p.m. PST

Some interesting watching, thanks for the link.

Hornswoggler25 Oct 2021 1:57 a.m. PST

In an episode of "The Buildings That Fought Hitler" this simulation was mentioned. I think it was historian James Holland who said that the German OOB it assumed was crazy to start with…

Old Contemptible25 Oct 2021 8:31 p.m. PST

Consider me amused.

Personal logo Mserafin Supporting Member of TMP26 Oct 2021 12:49 p.m. PST

That was very interesting, thanks for sharing.

I always liked Paddy Griffith, I didn't always agree with him but his writing always made me think.

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