Bombs still menace Britain
14th October 1941: In a relatively quiet week 'only' 61 people are killed.
The large bombing raids which had devastated large parts of Britain’s main cities over the previous winter were over. But intermittent ‘nuisance’ bombing could bring sudden unexpected death to small groups of people seemingly at any time. And there were sti…
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