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  1. Pat Schakelvoort Pat Schakelvoort says:

    A lesser known example of Invasion Literature published in 1882 It's published as a protest against the planned Channel Tunnel of which the development was actually abandoned due to fears for British military safety In the book the French simply invaded England through the tunnel occupy London until they are defeated by General Sir Daniel Lysons to which the anonymous author seems to be sympathetic stating that Lyson was shelved due to petty jealousies at the top levels


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