The True Story of Dunkirk, How a Nine-Year-Old Discovered a Stegomastodon, Strange Yellow "Sponges" Appear on French Beaches and More
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Retrofitted by the British Navy, the paddleboat saved 7,000 men over many dangerous trips across the Channel
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More than 300,000 Allied troops were rescued from the beaches of Dunkirk in 1940, with help from ships like the "Medway Queen." (Imperial War Museum)
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