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Report - Bombing ranges and navigational markers

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by SaltGeorge, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. SaltGeorge

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    I'm putting together information on bombing and artillery ranges in West Norfolk. I can identify several from local records (Norfolk has a very accesible online record service) and from 1946 aerial surveys (Norfolk also has a great online mapping access service). But I'm struggling to find detailed information or studies of ranges or the numerous navigational markers placed in the landscape during 1939-45. For decoys (there are several local) there is a lot of information in Fields of Deception but I haven't identified anything similar for ranges.

    Is anyone aware of anything I might have missed, or am I due a visit to the PRO at Kew or the IWM?
     

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