FLO\ A TIN G KITCHEN OFF TH K LANDING BEACHES The lirst landing-barge kitchen, formerly a Thames barge, arrives of! the Normandy beachhead. It supplies meals to crews ot the small craft doing a hundred and one jobs in support of the allied operations. <SE A AND AIR CHIEFS VISIT INVASION COAST Admiral Sir Andrew B. Cunningham and Air Vice-Marshal Sir Charles Portal on the bridge ol an M.L., obviously well satisfied with the progress of the invasion following their visit to the Normandy coast. 218I
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