RAID ON GERMAN RADIOLOCATION POST INFANTRY ARRIVE HOME PRISONERS TAKEN IN THE RAID Some of the infantry who landed on the French coast to German prisoners who were captured during the raid and clear a path for returning paratroop raiders. in the coastal action being landed in England. LANDING CRAFT HOMEWARD BOUND The German radiolocation post at Bruneval, 12 miles north ot Havre, was attacked and destroyed on 27th-28th February, 1942, by parachute troops of an air-borne division dropped by bombers of the R.A.F. They were supported by infantry and brought back by the Royal Navy. Two of the “invasion” barges are seen on their return from the successful expedition.
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