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  • "A number people do not know because they have not been told or taught, that part of the D-day landings had to be there the night before, On the 4th June left to do there jobs for D-day only to find out that it had been put back 24 hours, which meant they had to hang around in the Channel, these same ships where then put on picket duty after doing the coastal work, to hunt and track down any Subs and patrol boats in the channel, a number of men was lost over those 2 nights."
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