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Unpublished Account of the
Great Zeppelin Raid of 1916, Tom Morgan, 1996.
This article was begun January 31, 1996, at just before 9:00 p.m. At around that time and on that date eighty years before, two German airships were flying South over Shropshire, and although they didn’t know it, they would soon bomb my town, and almost kill my great grandfather, my grandmother and her sister. — Tom Morgan
TODAY IN FROM MY LIBRARY:
Florence Hill and her sister, Ellen, flee a theater performance when a German Zeppelin drops incendiary bombs on the town of Wednesbury, England.
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