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What Was the Biggest Air Raid of World War 2?

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The biggest air raid of World War 2 was in England. It was called 'blitzkrieg' and forced the British into below ground shelters. These raids typically took place at night.
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These were common in England, especially London. The Luftwaffe would bomb London twice a day. Spotters would look for the German Bombers and when spooted would sound the air raid
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The German air raids were called the Blitz (which
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Blankets, pillow, etc. because most - though not all - air raids took place under the cover of darkness. Some food, and a facility to make a hot drink (at night, especially in a British
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