WW2 lost ‘clickers’ sought for 75th D-Day anniversary

28th April 2019 — 2 Comments

THE CLICKER – An update – April 2018

“Only recently, clickers were brought to notice again when the film The Longest Day showed American paratroopers using clickers as a means of identification … “

A desperate bid has been launched to track down devices which were a lifeline for British soldiers during the D-Day landings.

The Acme Clicker

Have you seen a a genuine D-D Day clicker like the one above? If so contact Ben by clicking HERE and reading the article.

This is an update to an earlier post of mine. Please click HERE to see original …

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2 responses to WW2 lost ‘clickers’ sought for 75th D-Day anniversary

  1. I had read and enjoyed the original post but found the new link interesting as well.

  2. HI John:
    Good to have you back! Interesting article too.
    I’ll bet the Airborne Museum in St Mere-Eglise, Normandy, has got one of these ‘crickets’.

    Cheers

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