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The cocklers of Leigh-on-Sea who sailed to Dunkirk

‘What struck me was how defenceless those little boats were, navigating a channel bristling with mines, and being shelled and bombed by the Germans. These brave young lads in their fishing boats were hopelessly vulnerable, but the amateurishness of the operation made it all the more heroic.’

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