A new display has been opened at Hughenden — north-west of London — to shed light on the secret wartime map-making operation that happened there. They created maps for Bomber Command, including maps for the historic ‘Dambusters’ raid. What’s crazy is that this secret operation only came to light some 60 years after the war.
National Trust opens new permanent display related to WWII maps
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