The world-war provocateur phenomenon


This climactic campaign of



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This climactic campaign of Napoleon's / Hitler's war to conquer Britain began in Year 22 when he expanded his control of continental Europe's shoreline border region with the British Isle by annexing Holland into his empire.

  • The devastating siege to come was the pinnacle of his two-pronged effort to cripple the British economy, a multi-year effort that also involved a two-year military campaign against Britain's trade-based empire in North Africa and the Middle East.

  • Within a year of starting his great siege of Britain, Napoleon / Hitler acknowledged failure by redirecting his military resources to an invasion of Russia.

  • The navy-dominant British Isle had weathered its greatest assault from the army-dominant military colossus of its archrival Napoleon / Hitler. Bolstered by an alliance that Britain forged with its former rival Russia in Year 23, over the next four years the British champion warlord would lead the resistance to Napoleon's / Hitler's empire that finally defeated the emperor in Year 27.

    1. In 1809, the command of the British-led war effort against Napoleon was transferred to the famed army general, British Lord and Member of British Parliament the Duke of Wellington when he was appointed commander of the British army fighting Napoleon in Spain.

    2. As the leader of the anti-Napoleon coalition, Wellington quickly began a campaign that pushed the warfront back to Paris and ended in Napoleon's abdication. Napoleon's dethronement was cemented by the emperor's epic loss to his archrival Wellington at Waterloo.

    3. Wellington's rise up the British military hierarchy included his involvement in both an earlier British imperial campaign in India and a proxy war against Napoleon's occupation of Spain as part of the Spanish civil war in 1808.

    4. In 1810, during Britain's most perilous period of the war, Wellington led the last major bastion of resistance to Napoleon's total conquest of Western Europe as the upstart emperor focused the bulk of his military colossus on enforcing his economic besiegement of the British homeland. This devastating reestablishment of the Continental System blockade was Napoleon's final effort to force Britain's capitulation and unseat the traditional leader of Western civilization.

    5. This climactic campaign of Napoleon's war to conquer Britain began in 1810 when he expanded his control of continental Europe's shoreline border region with the British Isle by annexing Holland into his French Empire.

    6. The devastating siege to come was the pinnacle of Napoleon's two-pronged effort to cripple the British economy, a multi-year effort that also involved a two-year military campaign that he led against Britain's trade-based empire in North Africa and the Middle East.

    7. Within a year of starting his great siege of Britain, Napoleon acknowledged the failure of his blockade due to noncommittal allies and redirected his military resources to the mammoth French Imperial invasion of Russia.

    8. The navy-dominant British Isle had weathered its greatest assault from the army-dominant military colossus of its archrival Napoleon. Bolstered by a trade accord that Britain forged with its former rival Russia in 1811 (which would precipitate Russia's entry into the war against Napoleon), over the next four years Wellington would lead the resistance to Napoleon's empire that finally defeated him in 1815.

    1. In 1939, the command of the British-led war effort against Hitler was transferred to the famed First Lord of the Admiralty (commander of the British Navy), British Lord, political champion of British war mobilization and Member of British Parliament Winston Churchill when he was reappointed to this supreme military command of Britain's sea-based empire. As a perennial leader of Britain's armed forces in the uppermost military and political offices, Churchill oversaw the modernization of the British military in both WWI and WII through the critical introduction of the tank, a military innovation that would overcome the trench warfare stalemate of WWI to become the dominant weapon of war in WWII along with airplanes. Also in 1939, Churchill's previously impotent policy for war with Germany came to power in the British government after the Nazi invasion of Poland triggered both the collapse of British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's foreign policy of appeasement and the British declaration of war on Nazi Germany. This shift in the command of the British war effort would soon culminate in Churchill's official assumption of the office of head of state.

    2. As the leader of the anti-Hitler coalition, Churchill quickly rose to become the political and symbolic heart of the Allied effort who organized Britain's war mobilization and marshaled both Europe's anti-Nazi forces and America's industrial capacity to defeat Hitler.

    3. Churchill's rise up the British military hierarchy included his military involvement in an earlier British imperial campaign in India and his political leadership in Britain's proxy war against Hitler's massive escalation of Nazi support for the Spanish general and imminent dictator Franco as part of the Spanish civil war in 1938.

    4. In 1940, during Britain's most perilous period of the war, Churchill led the last major bastion of resistance to Hitler's total conquest of Western Europe in the Battle of Britain when the upstart emperor focused the bulk of his military colossus on bombarding the British homeland and enforcing his economic blockade with Nazi submarine warfare. The Battle of Britain was Hitler's final effort to force Britain's capitulation and unseat the traditional leader of Western civilization.

    5. This climactic campaign of Hitler's war to conquer Britain began in 1940 when he expanded his control of continental Europe's shoreline border region with the British Isle by annexing Holland into his Nazi Empire.

    6. The devastating siege to come was the pinnacle of Hitler's two-pronged effort to cripple the British economy, a multi-year effort that also involved a two-year Nazi military campaign against Britain's trade-based empire in North Africa and the Middle East.

    7. Within a year of starting the Battle of Britain, Hitler acknowledged the failure of the Nazi bombardment and blockade of the Isle and redirected his military resources to his primary war objective, the mammoth Nazi invasion of Russia.

    8. The navy-dominant British Isle had weathered its greatest assault from the army-dominant military colossus of its archrival Hitler. Bolstered by an alliance that Britain forged with its former rival Russia in 1941 following the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, over the next four years Churchill would lead the resistance to Hitler's empire that finally defeated him in 1945.

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