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Patrick Hill
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Tintern Way, Harrow
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Civilian Force
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25 November 2005

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I lived at 64 Tintern Way, Harrow. In Summer 1942 our doors and windows were damaged in a Bomb attack.

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Message 1 - Re: Doodlebug attack

Posted on: 26 November 2005 by Peter - WW2 Site Helper

Dear Patrick

Is that a typing error, or do you really mean 1942? There were no doodlebugs in 1942. The first V1 to strike London fell in Bethnal Green at 4.18 am on 12 June 1944.

Peter Ghiringhelli

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