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Truly Sheltered

by cambsaction

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Contributed by 
cambsaction
People in story: 
Peter Moody
Location of story: 
Gosport
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A5816522
Contributed on: 
19 September 2005

When I came home for a weekend to see my family, as I had been evacuated, and when we were in our shelter that night a 500lb bomb landed directly behind us leaving a huge crater destroying most of the garden but our shelter was completely fine. It just goes to show that these shelters really did work.

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