In this post we will describe how the Dutch 322 squadron was a cog in the gigantic operation leading up to the invasion.

Although the German forces were not on high alert during the night of D-Day, the fierce winds had a serious impact on the allied surprise attack.

November 19, 2017

In January 1944 after half a year of practicing and team building the 322 squadron was ready for operation and moved from Woodvale to the south-east of England where the main action was. Its first operational base was Hawkinge south of Dover where on a good day the Fre...

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