World War: Cameras & Artists

Berlin's Illustrierte Zeitung last week got around to publishing the photograph purportedly taken by a Nazi fighting plane which followed a Nazi bomber in the first air raid on the Firth of Forth three weeks ago. A cloud of smoke was shown over the cruiser Edinburgh, described as a bomb striking the ship's port side aft of the second funnel. Official British account of the Firth of Forth raid maintained that Edinburgh was not hit directly, but suffered seven casualties when fragments flew aboard from bombs striking the water nearby. Where there is smoke there is not necessarily a hit, and...

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