Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 24 No.11

FLYING-BOMB ATTACKS RAIDS ON SOUTHERN ENGLAND WITH PILOTLESS PLANES Anew form ol air attack was put into operation by the Germans on 13th June, when a small number of pilotless aircraft (flying-bombs) were used in a morning raid on Southern England. Two days later a larger number was used, and since then the attacks have become more lessor regular by night and day. The photographs show a fiying-bomb in (light and fighter pilots examining the wreckage of one which had been shot down.
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