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Statue from the Mons Belfry given to Marshall Montgomery in Sept. 1944 after Liberation. Now in the Headquarters of Admiral Ramsey in charge of Operation Neptune near Portsmouth. The decison of landing on 6 June was made there after the whole staff has moved to discuss the weather issue.

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