The 1941 Blitz
I was preparing to post a blog about the 70th anniversary of the May 1941 Blitz and had selected a photograph showing the physical effects of the bombing. Liverpool had suffered more extensive bombing (and loss of life) than any other British city outside of London. In terms of casualties, it actually suffered the highest [...]
Came fourth...now what?
It just goes to show that life lasts no longer than the time it takes from switching the light off and getting into bed before it gets dark.
I dare say that those who live to be a hundred think their childhood was but a mere moment ago.
"Fill those minutes."
Such a lovely photo but so sad.
I don't know how Colin but I missed this when you put it on four days ago. Someone told me about yesterday, and I've just read it. Fantastic piece of history and a really poignant picture. Thank you.
By Kev in forum Kev's Liverpool History and Pictures
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