Since it was fraught with clear disadvantages, it was deemed the least likely spot in the German mind and therefore afforded the Allies an opportunity for surprise. Surprise was absolutely essential for Operation Overlord success because the Germans controlled the interior lines of communications and could quickly react to any threat by rushing reinforcements from far flung locations in occupied France. Marine assaults on flyspeck islands in the central Pacific.
You don’t want to swallow it. It is not good for a person to drink salt water, so why would you swallow it? It will not help you to swallow it. It will only help if you rinse your mouth with it. State of former King Edward’s School building in Broad Street ‘a great shame’John Glen MP and the Bath Preservation Trust speak out about the forgotten iconic building which was targeted by vandals06:00, 1 FEB 2018Vandals appear to have destroyed one of the entrances to the former school Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailAn MP has added his voice to calls for a use to be found for a listed building in Bath city centre, left empty for over 30 years, after pictures emerged showing damage caused by vandals.The old King Edward’s School building on Broad Street in the city centre was opened in 1754 and closed in 1986. Yorkshire based Samuel Smith’s Brewery then bought the building in 1989.Economic secretary to the treasury and City Minister, MP John Glen (Conservative, Salisbury), who was once a head boy at the school, called the situation “very sad”, and questioned why an alternative use had not been found.The 263 year old three story, grade II listed building has been the subject of a number of planning applications since it was bought almost three decades ago, but remains empty to this day.The Conservative MP John Glen was once a head boy at the Bath schoolPictures have shown the extent of the damage to the old school building, with one door completely caved in, leaving the interior open to the elements and any would be vandals or squatters for a number of weeks. The door has since been repaired.Mr Glen said: “It is very sad to visit my family in Bath regularly and see nothing change with respect to the Old Junior School building in Broad Street.”When I left to move to the North Road site after three very happy years at KES Juniors in 1985 it was home to a thriving community.”The building has now been unoccupied for over 25 years and it is a great shame for Bath.BPT chief executive Caroline Kay said: “We continue to be very concerned about the state of the old King Edward’s School building.”The recent break in, as well as causing damage to the historic structure, shows how vulnerable a property like this can be when its owner leaves it unused, increasingly derelict and potentially at risk of irreversible damage through vandalism.”The building is Grade II, a high level of national designation, and is on the national ‘at risk’ register.Caroline Kay has spoken out before about the ex KES site”It is a poor advertisement both for a World Heritage City and for one of the South West’s leading independent schools, who sold the building in good faith over 20 years ago..