Swansea Blitz: Scars still show 70 years on


For three nights in February 1941, thousands of bombs rained down on Swansea, killing hundreds and causing massive destruction to the town centre.

On the 70th anniversary of the Swansea Blitz, Matt Murray looks at how changed the face of the city and how some of the few buildings that survived still carry the scars.

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