Over 2,000 British internees in Hongkong sang God Save the King as the Union Jack was hoisted at Camp Stanley on August 30, 1945 - the first time for almost four years. They were freed by Rear-Admir
Germany's second largest port, Bremen was a prime target for attacks by the R.A.F. from May 1940 to April 22, 1945 - five days before its capture by the British 2nd Army. Onslaughts included one of
How a British midget submarine twice penetrated the Norwegian harbour of Bergen – one of the most heavily defended ports under German control – and sank a 7,500-tons merchant ship, a floating dock and
Concentrated in a big forest covering an area of four square miles is one of the greatest stocks of poison gas in Germany, wrote a Daily Telegraph special Correspondent with 21st Army Group on August
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