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A White Cliff Of Dover . Just the one, with a bit of Dover Castle on top... . Decisive Action. TERRITORIAL DEFENSIVE POWER: SEA As the enemy navigates our strangely built water (let me know what you really think of that - I could use some tips), and prepares to attack.... ... and wonders how to get over that cliff... Surprise!! Slightly based on fact: Accessible from Dover Castle, the famous cliffs hide a vast network of underground rooms and corridors, mostly put there during WWII to enable communications with shipping in the North Sea. Shouldn't be much of a stretch to put some artillery in there behind a hinged bit of rock face... If you visit the castle now, you can walk around some of this labyrinth - and it's fascinating. Someone had the bright idea to use them as a nuclear shelter for local government in the 1960s, but it turned out the chalk of the cliffs is the wrong stuff to shield you from radiation. Dover Castle itself is the largest in England, having been massively expanded during the Napoleonic wars. This is just a tiny bit of it. Anybody who points out that Dover is a very long way from any of the CCCP's territory will be shot.

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