Operation Leuthen (ii)

(German town)

'Leuthen' (ii) was the German naval plan, formulated at the time when the service was scheming how best to intervene as and when the Allies launched their invasion of North-West Europe and/or Norway, about the way in which it could still tackle the Allies' Arctic convoys to and from northern Soviet ports and also help the German land forces in resisting the Soviet advance toward Germany (February 1944 onward).