THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Watching Allied planes go over while they were touring the Normandy beaches in a DUKW or 'duck' are Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay (left) Allied Naval Commander, Expeditionary Forces flying his flag in the destroyer KELVIN and Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder, Deputy Supreme Commander, Expeditionary Forces. Whilst there they met Rear Admiral Sir Philip Vian and Rear Admiral A G Talbot.
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