Pembrokeshire Under Fire, by Bill Richards

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Pembrokeshire Under Fire, by Bill Richards

Pembrokeshire Under Fire, by Bill Richards

Booklet published by Paterchurch in 2008, 68 pages. A5 size booklet (N5686)

From the rear side cover: Pembroke shire Under Fire is a remarkable record of a trying time in this county's colourful history - when Pembroke shire found itself in the 'front line' from enemy air attacks during the Second World War. That this story was written by a journalist who was 'there', and who experienced at first hand some of the heaviest air raids, makes it all the more valuables as an historic document as the years go by, and World War II recedes further into history. Chapters include:

Heads In The Sand
Haven't We Got Any Defences?
No Hope Of Guns-but The Public Didn't Know!
First Night Attack
The Exodus Begins
The Great Tanks Fire
Gallantry Awards Cause A Storm
Enemy Agents In Pembroke?
A Night Of Amazing Escapes
Bombs On The County Town
Charmed Village
'unofficial'raids
First Civilian Casualties
The Big Blitz
Town Of Echoes
Rattling Of Ten Thousand Bones
Milford's Marvellous Escape
There Might Have Been Flying Bombs
Humour Survived
Secret History!

Condition of the booklet is generally excellent. The covers are clean and bright, the staple spine is intact and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound. There is an old price printed and a small price sticker on the rear side cover

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