Anti-Aircraft Battery & Museum

Tom Baker visited a remarkable example of British World War Two heritage found on Cornwall’s Lizard Peninsula

“Wars are not won by evacuations.” Winston Churchill’s speech, famously delivered following the evacuation of the BEF from Dunkirk, compelled the British Government to become cognisant of the unthinkable notion that, for the first time in millennia, an invasion force might once again land on its shores.

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