Sunday, September 28, 2008

Berlin Gets a Sample of British Bombs

“The R.A.F. (Royal Air Force) paid frequent visits to Berlin, often staying for several hours over the city, which contained many military objectives. On September 10, 1940 the Germans admitted that hits were scored on the Reichstag and the garden at Joseph Goebbel’s home. Above, German Safety Service workers are putting out a fire started by British incendiary bombs; below, civilians are seen clearing away the debris after a night raid on Germany’s capitol.”

Source: Pictorial History of the Second World War

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