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LST 325, June 3rd 1944.

May 13 2017 at 12:11 PM
Ian  (Login Limeymatlot)

Hello to you all,

I've come accross this web site forum as I'm researching a project, a little information before I start.

I live in a village in West Cornwall, England. In 1943/44 the US Army came to West Cornwall. On a beach close to me they built one of the many departure points for D-Day. On the very same beach today stands a painting of two LST's, one being the LST 325. With the 75 anniversary of D-Day approaching in 2019, I'm looking at modelling the two ships and all the vehicles and men on the beach as they embark.

I would be grateful if anyone could help with any details of LST 325 during this period between May, June and July 1944.

Thanks Ian.

 
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