Defending the coast at Reighton Sands
At the height of the invasion scare, during WWII, hundreds of miles of anti-invasion defenses were built along Britain's beaches & clifftops. Thousands of tons of concrete was molded into anti-tank blocks and pillboxes and many now vanished slit trenches were dug. Here one of our newest members of staff, Chris Kolonko, looks at how these defenses can be studied.
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