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Dave Dubé

So much for PLANS...

Tristram Hooley

If you are interested in this stuff you might be interested in having a look at chapter two of my PhD which looks at wartime fiction that imagines the invasion of Britain. See http://hdl.handle.net/2381/853

In particular you might be interested in the following books

Armstrong, Anthony and Graeme, Bruce, When The Bells Rang: A Tale of What Might Have Been, (London: George G.Harrap and Co, 1943).

Brown, Douglas and Serpell, Christopher, Loss of Eden (London: Faber and Faber, 1940).

Maugham, Robin, The 1946 MS (London: War Facts Press, Nov 1943).

And loads of others that are listed in my bibliography. There is lots of talk about possible invasions.

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