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World War 2 In Review No. 68: British ‘Landing Craft Assault’

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World War 2 In Review No. 68: British ‘Landing Craft Assault’

  • Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Series
    • First eBook Edition
      • 89 B&W and color photos and illustrations

This issue covers the British 'Landing Craft Assault' or LCA of World War II. The LCA was a landing craft used extensively in World War II. Its primary purpose was to ferry troops from transport ships to attack enemy-held shores. The craft derived from a prototype designed by John I. Thornycroft Ltd. of Woolston, Hampshire, UK. During the war it was manufactured throughout the United Kingdom in places as various as small boatyards and furniture manufacturers.

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