The last surviving tank landing craft used at D-Day has arrived in Southsea aspart of its move to a museum. The LCT 7074 was restored at the PortsmouthNaval Base in a £4.7 million project and will go on to grace Southsea Commonin front of the D-Day Story museum. Moving the 59-metre 300-ton vessel hasproved tricky, with an attempt on Saturday night called off due to high winds.
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A 97-year-old former radar operative has said the heroes of the Battle ofBritain deserve to be celebrated “whatever your politics are”. Kath McLeodjoined the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) in 1942, after the battle’sconclusion, but continued to carry out a role that saved many lives.
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