• Navy 8 videos

    Paul Harrison

    Paul De La Motte-Harrison provides an entertaining and lucid account of his time onboard Landing Craft. From his early training, through to...

  • Navy 3 videos

    Ernest “Joe” Pallent

    Sub-Lieutenant “Joe” Pallent RNVR was 21 years old on D-Day. His flotilla of Royal Navy LCAs carried American soldiers of the US...

  • Navy 5 videos

    Hilaire Benbow

    Sub-Lieutenant Hilaire Benbow RNVR was only 19 years old on D-Day. His Royal Navy LCA carried US Rangers from HMS Prince Charles...

  • Navy 7 videos

    Jimmy Green

    On D-Day Sub-Lieutenant “Jimmy” Green RNVR was a 22 year old First Officer in the Royal Navy’s 551st LCA Flotilla. He led...

  • Navy 5 videos

    John Shine

    On D-Day John Shine was the 21 year old stoker of LCT1123, a 57th Flotilla Royal Navy tank landing craft which carried...

  • Navy 1 videos

    Ken Howes

    Ken Howes was in the Royal Navy with 519 Flotilla LCAs. He found transporting the Americans to Omaha Beach a traumatic experience.

  • Navy 7 videos

    Franck Allanson

    From the vantage point of his merchant ship, Franck witnessed the extraordinary invasion of Omaha beach during the Normandy landings.

  • Navy 6 videos

    Ted Baker

    The war was pretty grim for Ted Baker and he saw some difficult things during his time as a telegraphist and cypher...

  • Navy 4 videos

    Douglas Turtle

    NAVAL LEADERSHIP IN TROUBLED WATERS Douglas Turtle, 91, gives a spirited yet modest overview of his impressive Royal Navy career, including battle...

  • Navy 5 videos

    Bill Bennett

    THE BLACK GOLD PIPELINE HERO   Merchant Navy pipeline specialist Bill Bennett was selected for D-Day action because of his wireless operator...

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