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The nights that Norwich burned: Dramatic images that reveal how the cathedral city suffered at the hands of Hitler’s Luftwaffe

For the first two-and-a-half years of the Second World War, the cathedral city of Norwich had been safe from the Luftwaffe’s air raids. But seventy years ago this month, the Nazi bombing campaign of England entered a new phase.

Having seen the Blitz fail in its objectives to decisively undermine the English war effort, and stung by the increasing success of Allied raids over Germany, in 1942 Hitler decided on a change of strategy. for more click here

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