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This week in the War, 27 April–3 May 1942: The Baedeker Blitz

German publisher Karl Baedeker began producing travel guides in the 1820s and their scope and popularity continued to grow for well over a century. After an air raid by the RAF destroyed much of the ancient city centre of the German … Continue reading

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