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Looking at the Spigot Mortar page on you website, this looks very like base of a Spigot Mortar. The photo was taken this morning in Lochside Park, Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland NGR NX 765 617. ...

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"Bognor Regis Defended: The Anti Invasion Defences at Bognor Regis in World War Two, Pagnam -Bognor - Felpham - Middleton" by J F Wells is reviewed in the latest edition of Loopholes - yet there is no contact details on how to order it.

It is listed but is unavailable on Amazon and there is next to no reference of it on Google - does anyone know how to get hold of a copy of it please?
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