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Dunkirk remembered
Intro Trapped Operation Dynamo Under attack Home at last No surrender
No surrender
News of the evacuation boosted the war effort
NO SURRENDER

By 4 June 1940, Dunkirk was occupied by the Germans. The British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, was determined that Britain would not be demoralised by the defeat and he gave fiery speeches to rouse the spirits of the British people. Despite heavy losses, the BEF soon regrouped and became the nucleus of the new alliance which, five years later, won World War II.

"We shall never surrender"
Winston Churchill, Prime Minister
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