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Volume 9 - No. 228 - March 15, 1946

Now It Can Be Told! - Falmouth Was U.S. Navy Invasion Base

Mar1946

Now It Can Be Told! - Falmouth Was U.S. Navy Invasion Base

Training accommodation for more than 170 officers and 2,600 men of the United States Navy made Falmouth Sub-Command an important base for the D-Day assault. Loaded with personnel, vehicles and equipme

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Now It Can Be Told! - The Night Before The Normandy D-Day

Mar1946

Now It Can Be Told! - The Night Before The Normandy D-Day

When the Allied invasion fleet crossed to Normandy on the night of June 5/6, 1944, it did not meet a single attack by the Luftwaffe or by enemy E- or U-boats. When our parachute troops were dropped a

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Anti-Suicide Guards are Alert at Nuremberg

Mar1946

Anti-Suicide Guards are Alert at Nuremberg

American guards look into the cells housing the Nazi war-criminals at Nuremberg every thirty seconds, day and night, whilst these are occupied, as a precautionary measure against attempts at suicide

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