World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF LONDON: Death at Home

For the first time since the robot bomb attack started (June 15), London had a few nights free of bomb explosions. But the missiles still came over by day—which the Germans evidently considered more disrupting. Boomed German propagandists: deadlier bombardments are coming —the first month was only a trial for range.

Some of the bombs seemed to be shooting in from a more easterly direction, which might indicate that the German firing crews were moving from the bomb-battered Pas-de-Calais area to other launching sites in Belgium. The Germans talked of even larger robot bombs (six to 20 tons of explosive),...

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