Battle Of Dunkirk Survivor Attends Movie Premiere. His Thoughts Afterwards Make Headlines Around The World
A veteran who survived the battle of Dunkirk was moved to tears after the premiere of Christopher Nolan’s new film.
Ken Sturdy, a 97-year-old Welsh national who currently lives in Calgary, Canada, was seen at the premiere sporting a jacket adorned with medals, where he watched the World War II drama accounting the events he lived through almost 80 years ago. He was 20-years-old when he worked with the Royal Navy to rescue stranded soldiers surrounded by the German army.
His reaction speaks for itself. Watch it below.