It cannot be stressed too often, wrote the New York Times's Raymond Daniell from London last week, that these raids sometimes cause damage to military objectives. . . . Such damage is subject to censorship, it should be remembered, lest an erroneous impression be gained that only hospitals and churches are being bombed.

As the Germans came over last week by the scores and by the hundreds, as Londoners were treated to their twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-third consecutive night bombings with no prospect of letup, it became increasingly clear that the Luftwaffe was going for definite targets. By day, the Germans hit...

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