David Davis supports WWII volunteers and their secret contribution to the war


Sir David Davis supports the work of Coleshill Auxiliary Research Team (CART) in honouring the work of the Auxiliary Unit during World War Two

CART are carrying out investigations into a secret network of volunteer men and women prepared to be Britain’s last line of defence during World War 2 which were called the Auxiliary Units. A Secret Army set up by Winston Churchill that operated in a network of cells from underground bases all over the UK and many are in and around East Yorkshire. Sir David Davis said:

“I fully support CART’s campaign for the surviving Auxiliary Unit Members to be able to march past the Cenotaph in London on Remembrance Day. The members of the Auxiliary Unit’s deserve to be recognised for their secret contribution to the war. These people were our last line of defence against Hitler in World War II”