8 March 2011

Tuesday 4th March 1941: nothing to alarm anybody

Rather cold, mostly dull. To Wimbledon; bought sewing machine needles, also cat's meat and fish. Saw Brighton 4-6-2 tank. Alan Spooner called to take away case of Fred's planes. Night warning at 7.37 p.m., all clear at 10.50 p.m. Only very distant gun-flashes and sounds: nothing to alarm anybody. Alan Spooner says 5 delayed-action bombs were dropped last night on Caeser's Camp on Wimbledon Common.

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