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Published: 11 Aug 2018 Audio: English;Chinese
In May 1940, German troops advanced across France, trapping Allied soldiers on the beaches of Dunkirk. To save them, the British government — with the help of soldiers throughout their empire, including many Indian soldiers — staged a high-profile rescue mission. But the English Channel, which runs alongside Dunkirk, was too shallow for British Navy ships to cross. In a last-ditch feat of planning, civilians were recruited to join Allied troops in bringing the soldiers back to safety in small boats
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