Oxf. & Bucks L.I. at Pegasus Bridge (D-Day, June 6th 1944)
6th June 1944 - It was men from this local county regiment, the Oxf & Bucks Light Infantry, who were the guardians of Bletchley Park during the early days of the war until 1942. The Regiment's most famous action during WWII, its 'coup de main' assault and capture of Pegasus Bridge on D-Day, 6 June 1944 at 00.16 hours, is brought alive here by this thoroughly researched display of artefacts, documents, memorabilia, models and maps of this historic day. Now located in B Block. Click Here to view photographs of Pegasus Bridge Survivors.
Located in Block B open everyday