The immense Allied build-up on the south coast of England in June 1944, and the massive assault across the Channel that heralded D-Day, caused the might of the German army to switch its forces to the Normandy coast. As the Panzer divisions hurtled northwards, 633 Squadron embarked on what was to prove its most hazardous mission, and its final contribution to the war effort: a hundred-mile flight to destroy a crucial bridge across the River Loire.
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