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The Liverpool of early September 1939 was a thriving port and bustling city of over 800,000 people. World War Two changed this forever. Between the 27th June 1940 and the I0th January 1942 Hitlerís Luftwaffe rained down death and destruction on the city, reducing many fine buildings to either burnt out shells or piles of rubble. During the first week of May 1941 alone the raids killed 1,453 people and seriously injured around another thousand.
ISBN 13: 9780857040794 | ISBN 10: 0857040790
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