Dunkirk Evacuation shipping routes.png

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English: This map shows the general location of the three shipping routes used during the Dunkirk Evacuation (1940).
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  • Information on shipping routes from Thompson, Julian (2011) [2008]. Dunkirk: Retreat to Victory. New York: Arcade. ISBN 978-1-61145-314-0. Map, page 223.

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  • File:Strait_of_Dover_map.png licensed with Cc-by-sa-3.0-migrated, GFDL
    • 2005-12-15T15:34:05Z NormanEinstein 1000x751 (303331 Bytes) This map shows the location of the Strait of Dover between England and France, and part of the English Channel and the North Sea. It also shows nearby towns such as Dover, Calais, and Dunkirk. Created by NormanEinstein, Dece