D-Day map at Southwick House
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D-Day relived through Southwick House planning map

Planning for the D-Day invasion was centred at Southwick House near Fareham.

The supreme allied commander, American General Dwight Eisenhower, spent a crucial few days there before the invasion.

To this day there is a piece of history directly connected with the invasion still on show - the giant map on which the whole event unfolded.

  • 30 May 2014
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