Operation Grüne-Bewegung

green movement

'Grüne-Bewegung' was the German plan for a 9,000-man amphibious landing at and round Brighton on the Sussex coast of southern England, as part of 'Seelöwe', by part of the four-division commitment of Generaloberst Adolf Strauss’s 9th Army after departing Le Havre on the northern side of the Seine river estuary (June/October 1940).