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Contributed by 
CSV Action Desk Leicester
People in story: 
Mary Nicholls
Location of story: 
Moira, Leicestershire
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A4432961
Contributed on: 
11 July 2005

At Donnisthorpe a bomb was dropped.
A plane went over but we heard very little.
We found out afterwards that there was one casuality and several got hurt.
We were fortunate that it didn't land nearer.
I remember the windows being boarded up for the blackouts.

'This story was submitted to the People's War website by Lisa Reeves of CSV Action Desk Leicester on behalf of Mary Nicholls and has been added to the site with her permission. The author fully understand the sites terms and conditions.'

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