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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