The fact that London was not burnt to the ground in the Second World War is a direct tribute to the Fire Service of the time. In 1940, incendiaries and highly explosive bombs rained down on London for 57 consecutive nights. This is the story of that time and of the men and women who worked through some of the fieriest and most dramatic nights of Britain's history.In the City, St Paula#39;s had been hit again, this time by a SOOlb bomb and a cluster of incendiaries, but the constant attention ... when turning out of Grosvenor Square, with my dispatch rider following close behind me, a stick of three bombs cameanbsp;...
|Title||:||Firemen at War|
|Publisher||:||Jeremy Mills Publishing - 2007-02-01|