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That plan was tested in May 1944, In 1967, Southampton took in part of the Nursling and Rownhams parishes. Southampton lost its County Borough status under the Local Government Act 1972.
Other buildings in Southampton were found to be used as aids to navigation; Elmfield flats in Millbrook had a flat concrete roof which was clearly visible from the air until it was grassed over.Detailed maps of the time show that within Area C, Sub area Z extended around the north of Southampton and as far as Hedge End in the east.The plan was that troops and equipment would be assembled in the camps in sub-areas W, X, Y and Z then brought to the embarkation area to be loaded aboard the ships that were waiting there.Southampton Solent University's art gallery is named Millais Gallery in his honour.
The town became a county borough under the Local Government Act 1888.The settlement was known as Hamwic Southampton's prosperity was assured following the Norman Conquest in 1066, when it became the major port of transit between Winchester (the capital of England until the early 12th Century) and Normandy.The Domesday Book indicates that Southampton already had distinct French and English quarters at the time of the Norman Conquest Lacking proper finance for the construction of a full defensive wall, the solution involved joining the existing exterior walls of existing merchant houses together to form part of the defensive structure. Having been an important regional centre for centuries, Southampton was awarded City status by The Queen in 1964.