The War Illustrated, No. 241, Vol. 10, September 13th 1946

ix& b a din,g ,T)£u tAp i a m 6 J l t u d i and MINE DETECTING AND CLEARANCE at Studland Bay is being carried out by men from H.M.S. Purbeck, with the assistance of 100 Polish naval ratings. In the foreground are remains of two projectiles. In this former wartime training area and, in 1942, scene of a full-scale rehearsal of the Normandy invasion, 22,000 unexploded missiles have so far been accounted for in the 24 square miles. It is cxpected that operations will have rendered these beaches safe by the spring of 1947. Photo, P . A .-'Reuter Printed in England and published every alternate Friday by the Proprietors, Tim Amalgamated PflKSS, Ltd., The Flcst-way House. Farringdon Street, London, .CE .4. Registered fort r»isniis~ion by Canadian Magazine Post. Sole Agents for Australia and New Zealand: Messrs. Gordon& Ootcli, Ltd .and for South Africa, Central News Agency, Ltd.— September 13,1‘ Jlii. , S.S. Editorial Jddress :john c asp enter house white friars .lon o con.e .4. f .O~.
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