The Bath Blitz (New Edition - with two extra chapters including one on the IRA bomb exploded in Bath in 1974)
He killed 417 Bath people, though. And destroyed over 200 buildings of architectural or historical interest. His bombers came to Bath on two April nights in 1942, their declared aim to revenge Royal Air Force attacks on the ancient Baltic cities of Rostock and Lubeck.
The city was undefended - surprisingly, as it housed part of the British Admiralty and several war industries. The bombers chose their targets unhurriedly and unmolested. The Assembly Roomsd were gutted, the Circus and Royal Crescent set on fire.
This is the story of the raid.
The Bath Blitz has sold more than 20,000 copies since first publication in 1975.It now has an extra chapter on the IRA bomb exploded in The Corridor in the centre of the city in 1974.
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