Monument record ADB 039 - World War II 'Diver' HAA battery.
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 44910 58535 (334m by 311m)|
|Civil Parish||ALDEBURGH, SUFFOLK COASTAL, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (2)
Late World War II Heavy Anti-Aircraft Artillery 'Diver' battery visible as four gun sites with associated buildings, trackways, etc, immediately north of Eight Acre Covert (around TM 449585) (S1). Some of the buildings were still extant in 1972 (S2). The 'Diver' sites were constructed to combat the German V1s.
Site of a Second World War heavy anti aircraft (Diver) battery in the Diver Strip at South Warren. It was armed with four 3.7-inch Mark IIc guns equipped with Predictor BTL, and Radar AA No.3 Mark V when it was deployed here on 10th October 1944, and was manned by 663 Battery of the Independent Anti Artillery Regiment. It was remanned by 433 Battery of 127 Anti Aircraft Artillery Regiment on 24th November 1944. It formed part of 5 Heavy Anti Aircraft Brigade deployment (S3)
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Record last edited
Sep 25 2013 3:18PM