Saturday, September 27, 2008

The Morning After a London Night Raid

“Although Germany’s daylight raiders met with little success in their attacks on London, those that came by night succeeded in causing considerable damage to property, besides killing and injuring many civilians. This view of the approach to London Bridge is a typical example of the scenes of devastation that greeted city workers on the way to their offices on the morning after a raid (September 1940).”

Source: Pictorial History of the Second World War

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