Dorset At War

Embark on a tour of Dorset’s front-line wartime sites, led by historian Colin Pomeroy, featuring rare archive photographs, maps, and drawings, and explore highlights such as Portland with remnants of Mulberry harbor, Tyneham village, Warmwell aerodrome, and St. Aldhelm’s Head, where TRE Worth Matravers contributed to radar development during World War II.


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During the Second World War, Dorset was front-line territory in the defence of Britain. Historian and author Colin Pomeroy conducts a tour of Dorsets war sites, illustrated by rare archive photographs, maps and drawings. Highlights include Portland, where remnants of Mulberry harbour still remain; Tyneham village, Warmwell aerodrome and St Aldhelms Head, where TRE Worth Matravers performed his vital work in the development of radar. ( 1 DVD )