Ex-Royal Navy wren, 95, ‘thrilled’ at Légion d’Honneur medal for code-breaking| ITV News

A 95-year-old former Royal Navy Wren has spoken of her pride at being awarded France’s highest honour for her role in D-Day.

Patricia Davies was 18 years old when she joined the Women’s Royal Naval Service, where she became the ears of the code-breaking operation.

The former Chief Petty Officer was honoured on Tuesday by the French Ambassador of London with the Légion d’Honneur – the highest French decoration and one of the most famous in the world.

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