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Air raid on Dartmouth and Kingswear 18 Sept 1942

by Devon Library Service

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Dennis Thyer
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Dartmouth and Kingswear, Devon
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A3895329
Contributed on: 
14 April 2005

Dennis Thyer who now lives in Wales has submitted to me by post an account of being stuck in a rowing boat in the Dart Estuary when the port of Dartmouth was bombed in September 1942. His full account can be read at www.devon.gov.uk/etched?_IXP_=1&_IXR=100103About links

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