Canterbury Cathedral and neighboring buildings damaged by German bombardment

Canterbury Cathedral

Civilians pass by destroyed buildings and the Canterbury Cathedral damaged by German aircraft.

In 1942, the Germans organized the so-called “Bedecker raids” (in the tourist directory of Bedecker indicated historical sights of European countries) to cities of Great Britain that have historical significance, in response to British air raids on civilian facilities of Lübeck and Rostock in Germany.

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Location: Canterbury, Kent, UK
Date: June 1942

In : 1942

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