Author: Paul Woodadge

Articles by Paul Woodadge:

Early History The history of the airfield at the Normandy city of Caen goes back to 1937 when the French began construction west of the…

I have been visiting Normandy for 35 years and living there for the last eighteen. As a fledgling battlefield tour guide in the early days,…

He had lived in Israel for three years, where he carried a rifle for an oil company in the Negev Desert. He’d been a cowboy…

In order to further decrease the risk of collision, many pilots pushed the throttle forward and climbed to a height above the clouds, anywhere between…

Can you imagine it? Over 30 Dakotas in formation taking off from historic Duxford airfield, escorted by WWII fighters? What images do you conjure up…

I am confident that the finished film will provide a rich experience that the WWII buff will appreciate and enjoy. As we progress into the…

Every year, thousands of re-enactors from all over the world descend on Normandy for the first week of June. They fill up campsites and town…