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The Mulberry Invasion Harbours. Their Design, Preparation and Installation

Probably no single war-time engineering enterprise has aroused the interest of engineers in quite the same way as the pre-fabricated harbours used in the Normandy invasion, and this is particularly so in the case of the Structural and Civil Engineering professions. Major W.J. Hodge

Author(s): Hodge, W J