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The Military Intelligence Museum in Bedfordshire tells the history of British Military Intelligence from the Boer War onwards, with a main focus on the Intelligence Corps. The museum comprises different collections, including the Medmenham Collection, which highlights the use of 3D imagery in WWI, WWII, and the Cold War.
The Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial site contains the remains of 3,812 of American soldiers who fell in the Second World War. A total of 5,127 names are recorded on the Walls of the Missing. Most of the victims died during the Battle of the Atlantic or in the strategic air bombardment of northwest Europe.
IWM Duxford can be found near Duxford in Cambridgeshire, England. The museum was built on a historic airfield and it was the first branch of the Imperial War Museum to be opened to the public on a regular basis in June 1976. IWM Duxford presents the history of aviation with hundreds of aircraft, military vehicles, artillery and other objects on display.
Juan Pujol Garcia, known by the British codename Garbo, was a double agent during the Second World War. Pujol played a key role in the success of Operation Fortitude, misleading the Germans about the timing and location of the Allied invasion of Normandy, convincing them that it would happen via Pas-de-Calais.