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SHAEF, Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Forces, WW2

SHAEF, Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Forces, WW2

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Much of the planning for D-Day was carried out at Norfolk House. Eisenhower arrived there in January 1944 to take on the role of Supreme Allied Commander. c.April 1944 SHAEF moved out to Camp Griffiss in Bushy Park until June 1944 when it moved to Southwick House, Portsmouth.

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SHAEF, Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Forces, WW2

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79311

Camp Griffiss, Block C, NE corner

{On the left side:} This is the site of the north east corner of "C" block, C...

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79312

Camp Griffiss, Block C, NW corner

{On the left side:} This is the site of the north west corner of "C" block, C...

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79313

Camp Griffiss, Block C, SW corner

{On the left side:} This is the site of the south west corner of "C" block, C...

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72005

Camp Griffiss - SHAEF Gate

Although the plaque does not specifiy we think the gate was used by the men a...

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72030

Camp Griffiss - SHAEF memorial

The story of SHAEF is complex but we are pretty certain "Grosvenor Square" is...

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