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Honour of Duty at a Young Age

Honour of Duty at a Young Age

Mr. Hart speaks about his involvement in cadets and army reserves prior to war breaking out.

Medal of Bravery

Medal of Bravery

Mr. Hart shares a very proud moment where he earned the Military Medal for Bravery due to his actions that would save the lives of hundred of troops.

War is Declared

War is Declared

Mr. Hart shares his story of where he was when war was declared and his journey to Liverpool, England.

Training at Isle of Wight

Training at Isle of Wight

Mr. Hart talks about the type of equipment and tactics used in signals communication.

Being Briefed about Raid

Being Briefed about Raid

Mr. Hart recalls the Dieppe briefing given to the troops and the excitement shared at the thoughts of active battle.

The Attack Begins

The Attack Begins

A moment most troops were waiting for, Mr. Hart tells of the attack on the beach in Dieppe.

Artillery Under Fire

Artillery Under Fire

Mr. Hart provides details of what he was witnessing from the landing craft.

Red Beach an Appropriate Name!

Red Beach an Appropriate Name!

As many wounded and dead lay on the beach, Mr. Hart expresses the sights he witnessed in this bloody battle.

The Sights of Wounded and Dead

The Sights of Wounded and Dead

Mr. Hart provides details of action taken on the beach by the artillery as he positioned himself on the landing craft.

Battle Depicted in a Painting

Battle Depicted in a Painting

With vivid recall of the Dieppe Raid, Mr. Hart tells of how he assisted in capturing the moment through an artist’s painting.

Landing Craft Towed Away

Landing Craft Towed Away

As the raid comes to an end, Mr. Hart describes the condition of his landing craft and how it had to be towed back to Britain.

Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned

If it hadn’t been for the lessons learned at Dieppe, Normandy may have never happened.

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