Harvest and Peking Plan Mysteries
Just prior to the outbreak of WWII the Polish authorities decided to move most of its naval vessels to British ports. This successful operation proved to be a wise decision; during the German invasion 70% of the Polish Air Force were destroyed. In the photo Polish sailors can be seen somewhere in Brighton helping with the harvest. I have no idea of the location, perhaps someone can help? The plan to move the Polish naval vessels was called the Peking Plan, I have no idea why it was called that either?