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Returning to Dieppe

Returning to Dieppe

Mr. Kelly expresses his pride for being part of the delegation for the 70th Anniversary of the Dieppe Raid and how pleased he is to have the chance to go back.

Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned

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

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.

The Attack Begins

The Attack Begins

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

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.

I Done the Best I Could!

I Done the Best I Could!

Reflecting back on his service, Mr. Cole shares his perspective on time served and acceptance of what he and fellow comrades went through.

Different Stories about the Camps

Different Stories about the Camps

Mr. Coles acknowledges the idea of different stories from different POW prisoners during their time in camp yet emphasizes that he felt that his experiences weren’t that bad.

Helping to Carry the Dead and Wounded

Helping to Carry the Dead and Wounded

After being part of the battle on the beach in Dieppe, Mr. Cole tells of his involvement in carrying stretchers of the dead and wounded to the hospital.

We did what we had to do!

We did what we had to do!

Mr. Cole provides his opinion on the purpose and actions taken during the battle of the Dieppe Raid.

The Sherman Tank

The Sherman Tank

Being a part of the tank crew, Mr. Coles describes the specifics of the Sherman tank and the role played while coming on to the beach in Dieppe.

Not Good for Infantry or us

Not Good for Infantry or us

With little hope of survival, Mr. Edwards shares his view on why so many soldiers died on the beach in Dieppe.

Never got too Serious about Battle

Never got too Serious about Battle

Being young and unaware of the reality of battle, Mr. Edwards shares his perspective of not really being aware of the level of danger he would witness in Dieppe.

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