IN our last number we presented reports from five libraries in bombed areas, and the interest created by these reports, particularly overseas, suggested a continuation of the series. In this number, therefore, we publish reports from a number of other places that have suffered from enemy action. Bristol is again reported upon by Mr. Ross, and his statement suggests the heaviness and the ruthlessness of the enemy attack on the city. Everything we learn serves to indicate that the enemy is prepared to drop his bombs anywhere, whether there be a military objective below him or not.—Editor, L.R.
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