Good morning everyone
I hope you all had a good weekend. I can't believe how quickly Christmas is approaching and if you stuck on a last min gift please do think about a private bunker tour all funds raised go back into our non-profit work. Vouchers are available here
Have a fantastic day!
2 x 10,5 cm K331 (f) Artilery Guns
2 x sMG34 (Sechssharter) machine guns in an armoured cupola
2 x sMG34 machine guns on an Anti-Aircraft mount
2 x 5cm Fest.Grw.210 (f) Mortar Weapons
1 x 3,7cm KwK 144 (f) mit MG 311 (f) Tank Turret on a static bunker
80 years ago today 21st of December 1940
Today would be the 174th day of the Islands Occupation with 1,600 days remaining.
"Extension of shopping hours announced: 9.30 to 12.30 and 2 to 5.50 p.m. Curfew for Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve not to begin until 3 o'clock next morning, the closing down of public houses to be 2.30. A German Order warns once again about the keeping of carrier pigeons. The Royal Court registers another. Order concerning postal communications, and passes sentence in cases of Curfew Order infractions and motor vehicles being driven without a proper permit."
Civilian working at the evening post
80 years ago today
21st of December 1940
Luftwaffe bombers struck Liverpool, England. Our Lady & St Nicholas Church was hit by incendiary bombs - only the tower and the administrative block were unscathed. The raids on Liverpool 80 years ago today an tomorrow would take the lives of 345 civilians.
- only the tower and the administrative block were unscathed
The December book recommendation is "The Americans on D-Day."
This book has 450 dramatic photographs captured in northern France during the first day and week of its liberation and is available on kindle! Click the photo to find out more. It also would make a fantastic Christmas Present.