Malta 1940-43 - some surprising facts
The Second Great Siege of Malta was a close-run thing. It was an air battle as epic as the Battle of Britain and it was a naval battle of great intensity. Winston Churchill was prepared to sacrifice ships and aircraft to keep the Fortress Island ‘afloat’. History has proved him right to do so because it was Malta more than anything which crippled Rommel in the Western Desert and set the seeds for the victory in Mediterranean, North Africa and Italy.
A curry supper is also available from the Apache Cafe at 6pm. Spaces are limited so book in advance to avoid disappointment.