Canadian FireFighters in England During WW II


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September 11th, 2001
God Bless The Firefighters
Part II . . . The Destruction In London And Plymouth
(diary entries of Sam Posten in quotations)

"November 16, 1943 - Air raid at 5 A.M. All clear at 6:30 A.M. 20 German raiders dropped bombs doing extensive damage and killing people."

"August 12, 1943 - Blitz on Plymouth, bombing started at midnight."

"August 16, 1943 - Portsmouth bombed, many casualties, alert in Plymouth, five bombers shot down."

"August 13, 1943 - Day after blitz, worked 48 hours without stopping, a horrible mess, many casualties."

"August 1, 1943 - Air raid alert, two planes shot down over city, no bombs dropped."



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