This day in history: The Blitz

On September 7th 1944 the Germans began “The Blitz”, a strategic bombing the United Kingdom and London for 57 days, The German Luftwaffe aerially bombed London, killing over 20,000 people and destroying over a million homes in the city. The strategy lasted until May 1941 but did not succeed in breaking British resolve. By 1941, German attention was diverted to the Soviet Union.

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