Royal Armouries Museum at Fort Nelson will mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings by showcasing the work of Portsmouth photographer Russell Squires in a new exhibition – Landings.

Russell uses a series of colour and monochrome shots to explore the French coastline where on June 6, 1944, British, American and Canadian forces landed on the Normandy beaches in one of history’s largest military assaults – D-Day.

A photography tutor and support technician at The University of Portsmouth and the Open College of Arts, Russell will display 25 poignant photos at Fort Nelson from Sunday, 1 June to Monday, 13 October.
Entry is FREE

For more information about Russell Squires, visit his website