World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF EUROPE: Casualties and Some Damage

This morning enemy aircraft dropped bombs at several .places in southeastern and southern England, causing a number of casualties and some damage.—London Communiqué, Sept. 29.

The Junkers 88 slipped in under the clouds that hung over southern England and thundered over the town, flying so low that it appeared to be no higher than the church spire.

Miss Weekes did not see the raider. She was presiding over her classroom. But she heard the roar, of course, and the rat-a-tat of its machine guns. The Jerry must be raking the streets, she decided, and. as quickly as she could, she herded...

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