The War Illustrated No 177 Vol 7 March 31st 1944

FLAMES LIGHT UP A LONDON BUILDING and reveal the men fighting the conflagration during one of the Luftwaffe’s recent intensified night attacks on the Capital. The average Nazi-raised fire is short-lived, thanks to co-operation between the National Fire Service and the street fire parties. Well trained in the breathing space since the 19*10-41 attacks, they help to copa now heroically with all that Germany can send down in the incendiary line. More than 30,000 instructors are responsible for the coaching of over 5,000,000 men and women fireguards. ljkoto, 1\ n I me Printed in England and published every alternate Friday by the Proprietors, Tin: A glam a mated PRESS, Ltd .,-The Fittitway House. rFarringdon Street, London, H.C.4. Kcpistered for transmission l> v Canadian Magazine Post. .Sole Agents for Australia and New Zealand :Messrs. Gordon& Gotcli, Ltd .:and for South Africa :Central News Agency, Ltd.—March 31,1941. S.S. Editorial Address: john carpenter house, w hitefriars, London, e.c.4.
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