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Royal Navy Submarine Museum Gosport

Royal Navy Submarine Museum Gosport

The Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Gosport provides a unique opportunity to explore a part of maritime history that most of us know little about, operating deep beneath the oceans surface, submarines are hidden from the world. Across the water from Portsmouth, take a walk through the streets of Gosport and it doesn’t take long…

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Edward Thomas Poet

Edward Thomas Poet

Edward Thomas walked the beautiful Hangar country in the vicinity of Petersfield and wrote his moving poetry in sight of the chalk, wood covered slopes

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Colonel Meinertzhagen

Colonel Meinertzhagen buried his horse at the crossroads at Brockwood and erected a headstone in memory of him. What sort of a man would do such a thing, the answer reveals an amzing story

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Droxford and D-Day

Plaque memorial Droxford
This entry is part 7 of 8 in the series D Day #DDAY71 #DDAY70

The unassuming village of Droxford in the Meon Valley played host to one of WW2’s most important meetings between the worlds leaders including Churchill and Eisenhower, just prior to the D-Day landings

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Massey’s Folly Farringdon

Massey’s Folly in Farringdon Hampshire, is an extraordinary labour of love. Built by the Rev Thomas Massey over a period of thirty years, the folly is a monument to the pursuit of art in architecture, its purpose uncertain.

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