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Remembering a Historic Mission
In May 1940, during World War II, German forces launched a massive offensive against France. The German army quickly advanced and pushed British and Allied forces to the coast. By late May, the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) and other Allied troops found themselves trapped and surrounded near Dunkirk.
Facing the prospect of a devastating defeat, the British launched Operation Dynamo, a large-scale evacuation plan to rescue the stranded soldiers, a coordinated effort between the Royal Navy, civilian volunteers, and the RAF.
Over the course of nine days approximately 338,000 soldiers were rescued including around 215,000 British troops, 120,000 French soldiers.
Celebrate this daring mission with the The Story of the Dunkirk Landings Collection, a 24-carat gold plated collection with full colour imagery.
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This Collection features seven beautifully designed commemoratives plated in 24-Carat Gold remembering the crucial moments of the famous Dunkirk Evacuation.
This collection pays tribute to our Armed Forces and the 'Little Ships' with the immortal words of Winston Churchill , 'we shall fight on the beaches…' decorating the borders of the collector pack and a detailed timeline following the commemoratives as you collect.
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Base Metal: Iron
Plating: 24 Carat Gold
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