Before the war started in 1938, there was no strategy in place to undertake air strikes against Britain. Later that year, Reich Lutwaffe required the General, who land comprised of Reich’s North Sea coast, to come up with ways for action incase Britain attacked. Focus on these contingency would be steps against armament based in London and English bases in Norfolk, and Sussex. After the war, reason as to why the plan fell to the General, was that, there was much to do. Additionally, there was great reason to stop air strikes as this could have notable disturbance and short-range bombers that would prove ineffective.