2019 marked the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
We highlighted extraordinary stories of D-Day across our sites, including how HMS Belfast, IWM Duxford and Churchill War Rooms played a part in the largest combined naval, air and land operation in the history of warfare.
HMS Belfast led the fleet supporting British and Canadian assaults on Normandy beaches, opening fire at 5.27am on 6 June 1944; American fighter aircraft flew from IWM Duxford in support of D-Day operations and Churchill War Rooms was the nerve centre of strategic decision-making during the Second World War.
IWM at London Stations
In June you may have seen our replica Spitfire in London Bridge Station and a mini digital exhibition at London Waterloo as we handed out free limited edition D-Day newspapers.
If you missed the chance to see our Spitfire, visit it and other D-Day aircraft at IWM Duxford.
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With IWM Membership, enjoy unlimited free admission to HMS Belfast, IWM Duxford and Churchill War Rooms from just £35.