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Jim Booth obituary: Our Heartfelt Condolences to the beloved types still left guiding

As dawn broke on the Normandy beach locations on June six, 1944, all was relaxed but for the swell of the tide and wind blowing in from the sea. Then a mini-submarine surfaced in close proximity to the shore and Sub-Lieutenant Jim Booth poked his head out. He dived into the water and then unfurled a five.five metres telescopic rod topped by a white-flashing beacon shining seaward to demarcate the japanese extremity of Sword Beach front. Like a lollipop person ushering a troop of kids, Booth guided the D-Working day armada carrying nearly 30,000 guys on to the proper aspect of Sword Beach front and marked the place the essential floating Sherman tanks could disembark from the landing craft.

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