In approaching the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, perhaps there is history, unbeknownst to many, on safeguards instilled prior to American, British and Canadian forces landing on the French beaches of Normandy, June 6, 1944 – along a 50-mile stretch of heavily fortified coast. This particular defense was secretly crafted and classified by the British.
Desperate bid to track down life-saving ‘clickers’ British soldiers used in D-Day landings
The Evening Standard (UK)
Manufacturers from ACME Whistles are attempting to trace the “lost clickers” of the Normandy Landings, a life-saving tool of the invasion, to mark the 75th anniversary. The small metal device was used by troops abroad to try to determine if among friends or foes in pitch black conditions. Every paratrooper was issued a clicker and upon being dropped…
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