"It was still dark when we walked into the water and when it got light there were no boats.

 

Of course shortly afterwards the Luftwaffe came over and that caused a few problems"

 

Jeff Haward MM

Middlesex Regiment

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"We weren't heroes, we were just boys. We were terrified.
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East Riding Yeomanry

 
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