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1. Port of London Authority offical. T.L. Mackie's account of the Blitz.
*Port of London Authority offical. T.L. Mackie's account of the Blitz.The Port of London was the most heavily bombed civilian target in Britain. Thousands of bombs caused extensive damage to the dock system. This sound...
2. Henry Mayhew's account of Wapping
*Henry Mayhew's account of WappingHenry Mayhew visited the London Docks in 1849. He recorded his impressions of the surrounding area of Wapping in an article entitled 'Labour and the...
3. Henry Mayhew's account of the docks.
*Henry Mayhew's account of the docks.Henry Mayhew visited the London Docks in 1849. He recorded his impressions of the surrounding area of Wapping in an article entitled 'Labour and the...
4. Fires in the docks
*Fires in the docksThe Port of London was the most heavily bombed civilian target in Britain. Thousands of high-explosive bombs and incendiary bombs caused extensive...
5. A Deptford housewife
*A Deptford housewifeA sound recording of an interview with a Deptford housewife during the Blitz.
 
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