Brodsworth Hall was transported back to the Second World War as re-enactors took 1940s army action to the Doncaster venue.
Hundreds poured into the grounds of the Victorian country house to watch experts depict infantry attack training for D-Day, and to see artillery enthusiasts fire a 5.5lb cannon from the lawns.
There was also a flypast from the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s Dakota, which performed several circuits around the site.
The action was to mark Brodsworth at War - Training for D-Day, one of the main events of the summer at Brodsworth.
The East Yorkshire Living History group performed section attack training with second world war uniform and weapons, while The Garrison artillery group fire their field gun several times throughout the day.