Airfield of the Week - Pembroke Dock

A Fokker T-VIIIW seaplane of No 320 (Dutch) Squadron RAF, being taken down to the water on a carrier at Pembroke Dock during the Second World War. © IWM (CH 1152)

 

Pembroke Dock was one of Britain's most important seaplane bases and, for a time during the Second World War, was the largest in the world. Read more and see more photographs from the Imperial War Museum and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales by clicking here.

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