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Dunkirk1940 Museum
Official profile of the Dunkirk 1940 Museum based at Fort Luton, Chatham Kent. Dedicated to the full and real events of 1939-1940.
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Normandy Post 6h
D-Day and Dunkirk Veteran Jim Pass, 102, Dies with Covid after ‘amazing life’ via
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Replying to @militaryhistori
Odd only because not being in the same scale as any of the other Apollo kits.
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Historic Southampton 9h
23 Nov, 30 Nov, 1 Dec 1940. Happening right now 80 years ago. In case you missed my thread👇Thanks for reading.
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clare mulley 22h
The only two female test pilots to serve the Third Reich, & would end their lives on opposite sides of history. I tell their story in , & will be talking about this extraordinary story with this Thurs...
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Dunkirk1940 Museum 22h
Finland is not something we really cover, there is a brief mention on our website, although it a subject which deserves more. A conflict which has sadly been lost in the mire of the greater conflict which was to unfold.
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 26
Following todays announcements, the museum is located in a tier three area. Sadly we will now be unable to re-open again until further notice.
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 26
Replying to @1940Andy
I loved and hated it equal measure. The place is a residential version of dignitas. Great if you have money and can ignore how much your existence is loathed by the locally born population.
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 26
Replying to @1940Andy
Used to live on the IOW. Think the summer isles, only with marginally less whicker
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 18
About as much luck as a Kreigsmarines ships cat then!
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 18
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 18
Enjoy ! It is a brilliant written book!
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 18
An interesting news report from the 1970's.
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 18
The eagled eyed among you might have noticed our website has been down. We are back up and running. Issued caused by our service provider performing an update.
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 17
We do have a plaque from her saloon in the collection though.
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 16
The context is a real credit, great have the events of Dunkirk set in their proper context
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 16
Replying to @jordanxphoto
We would also like to thank for acting as our independent prize draw official !!!
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 16
While we are dealing with over due admin, we would like to publicly welcome to our team! Nina will be helping to write up some content for us during the current time.
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 16
Having had the chance to read the book prior to being released I can only say, it is well worth the investment of time and money to read!!
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Dr Phil Weir Nov 16
Congratulations to Andrea Turla on winning a signed copy of & to for winning a free visit to !
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Dunkirk1940 Museum Nov 16
Good evening all. The of draw been made! The book is Andrea Turla (facebook user) and the free visit for 2 people is . Again we would like to thank and for making this draw possible !!
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