10 November 2010

Wednesay 6th November 1940: fear there is much damage

Rather cold, dull. Warnings from 2.40 to 3.14 p.m., from 3.24 to 3.50 p.m., one bomb. To feed Fluffy as they have all gone to Preston today. Night raid at 6.15. p.m.. A very severe raid seeming to be concentrated against the S.W. outskirts. Have never heard so many bombs coming down as to-night; many followed by heavy explosions; fear there is much damage. Much more gunfire to-night, but many bombers were allowed to come and drop their bombs without a shot being fired at them. All clear at 7.49 a.m. on 7 Thur.

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