See our new page on the decoy sites of the Cuckmere Valley that were planned and to some extant implemented during the early years of the second world war. The idea was ingenious to say the least, build feint targets to lure German bomber into bombing them rather than the real towns and cities. A large number were constructed and though many didn't work at all some were fantastically successful with the Portsmouth site on Hayling Island being particularly so. Read the full story on our new page "The Decoy Sites of the Cuckmere Valley just published here on Blighty-at-war.net.
Steve is a retired photography teacher and now works as a military historian while living in East Sussex, England.