A35 west of Dorchester on the Bridport Road.
am covering three camps here and I will give the OS map references with their
am sorry there is not a lot to see here but I feel it is an important part of
a forgotten history. The camps were built purely for D-day. The men that were
held here (held here they were. The camps were surrounded by security wire
& guards and nobody was allowed to leave, NO civilians were to talk to the
soldiers) were the first to land on D-day. They were the ones who hit the
beach at Omaha.
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