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The Polish D-Day Story

12 May

The Polish D-Day Story

The 307 Squadron Project is holding a special two-day event ‘The Polish D-Day Story’ at the D-Day Museum in Portsmouth on Saturday 19 June and Sunday 20 June 2021. The event will explain the important story of the Polish involvement on D-Day and during the Normandy Campaign.

‘The Polish D-Day Story’ will be open at the museum’s normal entry price from 11.00am - 3.30pm on Saturday 19 June, and from 11:00am - 3.00pm on Sunday 20 June.

The official opening will take place at circa 11.10am on Saturday 19 June, hopefully by a representative from the Polish Embassy with invitations also to the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, the city's two MPs and lead councillors. The opening will include a short film plus a guided tour to VIPs of the exhibition.

The Polish D-Day Story, promoting British-Polish friendship and cooperation, will include an exhibition in both English and Polish detailing the Polish D-Day Story, archive video material plus information on 307 Squadron. The D-Day Story museum is on the Clarence Esplanade, Portsmouth PO5 3NT and strictly adheres to current Government Covid guidelines and queue numbers will be managed. The venue has achieved the new Visit England national standard ‘We’re Good To Go’.

More information can be found on the museum’s website:

A saving of 10% off the admission price is available by booking tickets in advance at this link:

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