Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 23 No. 7

LIGHT TRACKS OVER DUNKIRK FANTASTIC PATTERN WOVEN BY ENEMY TRACER FIRE Cameras of R.A.F. aircraft recorded this fantastic pattern of German tracer fire during an air attack by night on Dunkirk. A and Al, light tracer (presumably from machine-guns) B, heavier tracks, their point of origin being marked by muzzle tlames at CD, other tracks caused by incendiary lires. Ii45
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