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Yesterday’s Papers

A night of havoc broke bricks and mortar, but not the British spirit

ST PAUL’S SURVIVES THE BLITZ

The Blitz halted briefly over Christmas 1940, but on the evening of Sunday 29 December the Luftwaffe resumed bombing an already hammered London. The whistling sounds of incendiaries were first heard at 6.15pm, and for the next three-and-a-half hours more than 100,000 such bombs fell. The attack was so ferocious that one American reporter telegraphed his office with the words: “The second Great Fire of London has begun.”

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