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The Longues-sur-Mer battery was a World War II artillery battery constructed by the Wehrmacht near the French village of Longues-sur-Mer in Normandy. It formed a part of Germany's Atlantic Wall coastal fortifications
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Dates in History
25th April 1915
World War I: Australian, New Zealand, British and French forces begin landing on the Gallipoli Peninsular to attack Turkish positions.
(Paperback - 224 pages)
by Stephen Chambers
The Anzac legend was born on the shores of Gallipoli during the historic morning of 25th April 1915. Landing on a hostile beach, under the cover of darkness, the Anzacs moved inland rapidly, but the response of the Ottoman forces was equally quick. The outcome of the campaign was arguably…
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