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Divers explore Studland Bay's sunken D-Day tanks

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It is thought seven tanks sank in Studland Bay, Dorset, during Exercise Smash in April 1944, killing six men. (...)


Source: feeds.bbci.co.uk

Date: 2018-10-11

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