A church sevice in the bombed out remains of Norwich Cathedral. Norwich was bombed as part of the Baedeker Raids against historic and beautiful cities such as Bath and York in the latter part of 1942. This was in retaliation for the bombing of Cologne by the RAF. June 1943.
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