School children inspect bomb damage in the playground of Moorside Road School, Grove Park, London. One boy is pointing to a large hole in the concrete of the playground. Several of the windows have been smashed. All the boys are carrying their gas masks.
This smiling girl, dirtied but apparently not injured, was assisted across a London street on October after she was rescued from the debris of a building damaged by a bomb attack in a German daylight raid. (AP Photo) ~j
Over two nights in March 1941 Clydebank was attacked by German bombers. All along the River Clyde were factories making ammunition, and shipyards. These were important targets for German bombers, but homes too were hit.