Wartime defence secrets revealed for first time

Detailed plans of how a Hampshire village would have been defended during the Second World War have been made available to the public for the first time.

Second World War defence plans go on show

Detailed plans of how a Hampshire village would have been defended during the Second World War have been made available to the public for the first time.

They were drawn up by a Home Guard commander in Beaulieu - shedding light on how serious the threat of German invasion was taken and how different real life was - from the one depicted in the old TV hit Dad's Army. Richard Jones reports.

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