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Bombs in Manchester Area
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|MarilynB||Report||15 Dec 2012 20:54|
Just found a website that gives maps with the location of bombs dropped, buildings damaged and demolished in the Manchester area. There are about 48 different maps, which when you go into, you can zoom in to see the actual roads, buildings etc., and on some it has the actual dates they were bombed. For anyone with relatives living in the Manchester area during the war it could be very interesting.