Under Way

D-DAY – BRITISH FORCES DURING THE INVASION OF NORMANDY 6 JUNE 1944 (B 5160) Vehicles and men aboard LST 406 with other landing craft during the passage to Normandy, 6 June 1944. Copyright: © IWM. Original Source:

This new version of the RAF Beach Units website is taking shape, though it is going to take a while to add all of the content.

I decided to start with all the pages relating to D-Day in Normandy, which is quite a chunk of it, and this is almost complete now.

Apologies if something you are looking for is missing but, as I said before, the original website with all its content can be seen, for the time being, at:

2 replies on “Under Way”

A brilliant idea, good luck with the project. A most important story of D-Day is the Padre on Omaha beach. is this your website. I did start to write it up on my website but have not had time to finish it. I have permission to use the text from the RAF Padre who wrote out his text for him. I could almost say that no Americans know or would believe that the RAF were nearly there first. There is some brilliant stories of that period. My website I good luck and if I can be of any help, please ask.

Thanks Richard. The RAF At Omaha Beach is not my website. I’m glad someone else is covering that because it is an important story to tell. You are doing a grand job too, with your website. I see your Atlantikwall posts on Facebook. I hope you manage to finish your Padre on Omaha Beach story as that will also be a great one to tell. Cheers, Mike

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